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... It kinda reminds me of the time Lord Phillips didn't climb down Masada #tbtour #shoutout #localceleb). So we cabled up and climbed around at the top. It really was a climb as it was incredibly steep and heaving with people (just like everywhere in China really) and of course so so hot! Enjoyed our gourmet luncheon at the top again #breadandtomatoes ...
... and the atmosphere was so peaceful was nice just to wander around and sit in the courtyard
For dinner we went back to the restauraunt however although the food was very nice the service tonight was awful as we didnt get things we ordered and staff were unattentive which was a shame, we did however get a bit knocked of our bill.
... of my room to her new place. Olivia brought me some gifts from California, such as chai tea and a scarf! So sweet of her to do. The chai tea reminded me of Mohini so much and wished she came back to China.
Then, we decided to get lunch at **** over Rice. Sadly, today, the sweet granny was not there. She always makes that place more cheerful.
I had to run off to go to my Chinese language placement exam. While waiting, I met Volleyball and Ian in the sitting area. ...
... as well as buttons on our pants etc. Same with
Simon. They were very inconsiderate of our stuff going through.. for
example Simon's camera bag was just shoved on the conveyor bell
disregard of its contents. But i suppose they don't have time to take
We finally got through security and we found a charging station! And figured out how to get free wifi. Yay!
lady that gave us our wifi passwords at the information desks turned
... Opera, we were treated to cups of tea served from a teapot with a metre long spout, another Chinese tradition. Not a drop was spilt, even when the server spun the pot several times. Don't think I'll experiment with the Royal Albert China! Our pre show, when in China you must see these rituals edict, was rebutted when a very humorous, colourful and artistic show was performed, even with the language barrier for understanding!