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... br> decided that it would be fun and also Rob had promised an endless supply of
free beer. We caught the train there at about 6:50pm and by this time I could
already tell that most people were not here for delicious Indian food. Unfortunately
madeleine and I were just about the last people in because we were dawdling
with Adela and discussing china and school, so we ended up getting stuck on a
table with a whole bunch of people that we didn’t really get along ...
... at a destination. Enjoying the journey that it takes to get somewhere. That encapsulates the true meaning of travel for me; the anticipation, the excitement, the figuring out how to get to where you intend to go. It's all very whimsical
Once we arrived at Huairou we got a ride from a driver that came on the bus to get us. (So funny!) We paid a total of 160RMB (31.80$CAD) for him to drive us up to Mutianyu entrance and to wait until ...
... off now, than what they would have been when they were farming. I would think that they are mostly the next generation there now, as some of the old farmers have passed on. Apparently one of the original old farmers wrote a book & he can still be seen somewhere at the complex signing his book. We were all overwhelmed by the sight of the terracotta warriors & we just couldn’t take enough photos of them. It ...
... coffees for us all and went upstairs. Well a less hospitable barren cold concrete cell you would not find on Robben Island. We sat there jackets firmly wrapped around us in the cold dingy room with rickety chairs and dirty tables. Our colleague returned with the tickets, got himself a drink and joined us.
After ten minutes it dawned on us the guys were planning on staying with us the 90 minutes we had left to wait for the train, either ...
... it was a great meal (3 pizzas and 4 pitchers of Pepsi).
Not much happened the rest of the night – went back to the hotel, got frustrated with the internet after I kept having problems talking to KMac, and then went to Uncles to buy some water and Tsingtao. Uncle forgot to give me some change so just after leaving, Uncle ran after me with 50 cents rmb (about a dime USD). The guy is ...