Longmai Hotspring Village
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... white cat followed us after we left. The voice of a man practicing his Peking Opera followed us too.
Night quickly enveloped the land and we were off to bed!
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... tour guide we were let loose to make our way up the mountain to the wall. We decided to take the cable car for fear of too many steps and to maximise our time on the wall. The views from the cable car were immense as the wall got closer and closer within our reach. We were like kids at Christmas as we set foot on the Great Wall. You could see for miles the wall snaking along the tops of the mountains with magnificent watchtowers at intervals. We climbed up ...