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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... you had to walk through.
We at last made it to the bottom, met some local country men, and made our way to the bus stop. After asking our way for help, we got on the right bus, and enjoyed the ride back into town. We spent a total of 11 hours in the park and were beat. We came in still hungry so hit up the KFC in downtown and had a fitting dinner to close out the day.
The next morning, Monday, our day off from Children’s day, we slept in from a day’s ...
... long winding staircase to the summit (although it was great to see that view again).
Our Canadian friends were right, we had missed a huge section of the mountain with even more incredible views which of course we stopped at every spot for 20 minutes each, to take a billion and one pictures. It did provoke a thought in my mind though. When tourists (ourselves included) stop to take pictures of incredible sights, do we take the time to stop and simply look ...
... 3) which we were already covered.
Thank goodness though, by this point we had finally tracked down the manager's wife and we had retrieved our tickets and passports plus my stomach had finally finished emptying itself so we were able to bury ourselves in the crowd from the tour guide. Fortunately the only person he had ever spoken to in our group was Laura over the phone so he had no idea who we were, unfortunately though Laura has a very distinctive ...
... him tougher games like Cheat and "4 & 3" and he kept thrashing us at them too. Like most 8 year old children in this situation, he thought he was the coolest person on the planet (his father was loving it as it meant he didn't have to keep entertaining him for 5+ hours.
Jess took a picture on her Polaroid camera and I gave him my England pin badge at which his eye's lit up with pure delight.
5 hours later after winding through astonishing mountains and ...
In a ludicrously short space of time, we've had quite a good taste of the sheer size and diversity of China.
First, the Great Wall - we visited the section at Mutianyu, which is much quieter than the main tourist part, but still incredibly beautiful. It's surprisingly challenging, with thousands of steps as the wall follows the ridges of the mountain range and you often find yourself practically on hands and knees to get up a 35 degree gradient. It's structures like ...