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... in tow. I'm not sure how the production of genuine articles such as the ones we saw being made, can survive when fake items for a fraction of the price flood the market. Tourists tend to target the cheaper product, not the wiser regarding its authenticity. The journey from the factory on the outskirts of town, onto the country highway was a crawl, with it being a Saturday and local folk also venturing ...
... the roast beef flavoured peas. They were a bit too weird!
While trying to get some sleep I was woken by the sounds of robust debate between Adam and Joseph about whether the levitating train travelling at 300Kmh was actually flying. The holiday had been punctuated with frequent mind bending arguments which doubled up as conversation, at least it was some kind of interaction in an iPod world. As I was awake I decided to get details, but decided to back out after ...
It was bitterly cold and we drove past ice in the streams and at one place a double waterfall was completely frozen down the side of the cliff. It looked spectacular!
Tickets were purchased for the entrance to the wall, with a ride up in the chair lift and a luge ride to come down - I may get used to chair lifts after all at this rate - this time I could actually see where ...
What a day this was.
Najung and I woke up a little early to go and grab breakfast/lunch from the nearby supermarket. We then met up with the rest of the group and piled into a little bus which carted us off to the Great Wall.
I was ridiculously excited. Almost everyone else had already seen it, so they had the "been there, done that" attitude and preferred to stay at ground level and examine the Cloud Terrace. For about half the time we were there, I stayed and studied ...
... In class on Tuesday, November 6th we got the OK from Weiwei to reschedule our Wednesday's one-on-one class and immediately made plans to watch the Presidential Election. We agreed to meet the next morning at The Bridge Cafe around 9-9:30 am and watch the results. I arrived a little after 9 am and snatched the only table available, which was shoved against the far wall. Dylan came about ten minutes later, Jake about an hour later, and Zach came around 11 ...