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... There is an app for the phone called wechat, an instant messaging system, where you can message individuals, or have group chats. Quite good fun. A friend Luisa from Colombia suggested brunch on wechat, more & more people decided that was a good idea, and suddenly there was a table of about 20 of us at a lovely restaurant in town!! They did a good 3 course brunch menu, with free flow wine / beer / fizz - so of course, I drank as much fizz as possible to ...
... in TV or film purely based on your humor and good looks years ago. But yeah, we’ll tell Rose.”
All of those quotes happened, exactly as I have written it.
Anyway, I slept for another…I dunno, til 2pm or so, but couldn’t get up so I waited for the guys to come. I had been waking up every 4 hours and taking meds, but I needed to a new box, so luckily they came soon enough and handed me a new one. ...
... if I cared to join them, I couldn't turn them down. From our brief time spent at the hostel, I already knew that they would be a lot of fun to spend time with. We took a bus to the Forbidden City, and at the front entrance a man approached us and asked if we wanted a guide. At first we decided that he was asking too much, so we refused. After buying our admission tickets, he approached us again, and we negotiated down to a reasonable price. ...
Choosing to visit this iconic square during China's national holiday was probably stupid. Seeing the nation's deceased idol was idiotic. Lines were expected – but nothing like I experienced. The line to see Mao was at least a kilometre long, probably two. Luckily it moved really quickly. Though before I could see Mao, I had to store my bag and camera and could only carry my wallet and passport; which I needed to gain entrance. After going through metal detectors and being patted down, ...
... bridges etc. It is very pretty and nice to relax and unwind in. Not that we did, we hadn’t realised how big it was and got lost quite a few times and ended up walking around most of the lake! We did spend the whole day there though.
The Great Wall of China lies about a 2 hours drive from Beijing. It is 15,000 km long, was built over 2000 years ago in the Qing dynasty and is now one of the Seven Wonders of the World. The Chinese call ...
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