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... which was very good but not all that dissimilar to the previous show. We did get to see the 'popping a balloon by throwing a needle through a sheet of glass' trick which was pretty amazing though.
We also climbed 1080 stairs (I counted them) to the top of a mountain where a monk had mediated for 9 years straight and then single handedly invented kung-fu. There is currently a nun living there who is 4 years in to her own 9 year long meditation. The views were ...
... the new Restaurant cart - Mongolian. We have a new saying - .Fecking 40 Pounds !!!!!. It was the most expensive beer and rice I have ever eaten. We then headed of for a good nights sleep. Heres hoping again.
2nd Last day now and all through Mongolia. Desert,Camels,Yurts and plenty of dust. The train is fairly motoring now and the driver seems quite good.
Mongolia is so different ...
This morning we decided that the day would be spent checking out The Forbidden City, Tian'Anmen Square and possibly the Temple of Heaven Park, but that was perhaps a bit over-ambitious! The walk to the entrance to The Forbidden City including a stop for lunch (delicious hand-made noodles with vegetables and chicken in black bean sauce) took longer ...
... it, so its fine! Class 9 did a beautiful song, accompanied by a PowerPoint of the week in pictures. So nice to see all the happy memories played back. The teachers' dance which we put together - a mash up of the macarena, las ketchup, cha cha slide and gangnam style went down a storm. The kids went wild when gangnam style came on, and Logan, our very own Psy, burst out to the front of the stage. After the talent show, it was time for sad goodbyes. Over the 10 days ...
... skyscrapers upon which giant neon billboards perched. Baba waved me off with a "mei guanxi," as I thanked him for the escort, and he left to head to work.
I flashed my newly acquired student ID to the security guard at the gate as I walked through. The campus was large, and I looked around as I struggled to remember the way from what I'd seen on the bus yesterday. As I started toward what I thought was the right direction, I found ...