Crab Island Hot Spring Village Resort
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... 8211; it was very exciting! I couldn’t believe we were actually there. Seeing the sea, but also the Great
Wall, felt so out of context with each other. Spent a while hanging around enjoying the view, and walking along the beach. We could see the outline of an impressively sized boat in the distance. Popped into the nearby Sea God Temple, which also stretched out to sea a short distance away from the wall. I also managed to have a short conversation ...
... a visit again.
My year in Beijing has made me become global. I have became friends with people from different countries: Philippines, Colombia, Indonesia, and other awesome places. Traveling is one thing that I want to continue doing. No matter what, I want to keep seeing new places and meet new people. Meeting people from different places has inspired me to see areas that I would not have thought about visiting before, such as the Philippines.
... phobia of needles she got through the blood test without a problem, but then went on to faint 10 seconds in to entering the x-ray room. How they managed to get an x-ray in that time baffles me? The doctor diagnosed her with a mild pneumonia and prescribed antibiotics and fever reducing pills. They can only prescribe a three day course of antibiotics in China, which is really stupid as it wont clear the infection. Rose was now feeling worse than before, so me and Alvaro got her back to ...
... and it was absolutely amazing. Clear skies in every direction, rolling green hills that put Ireland to shame, and cliffs on either side of the wall that made your heart stop. We hiked along the wall for 3 hours, even stopping for a cold brewski half-way along sold by merchants in one of the towers. Eventually it came time to climb back down and take cars to the rural village where we would spend the night.
The cars we took ...
... they literally shook the hostel. Others set off car alarms nearby. After dinner I went out for a walk to watch some of the fireworks. I would liken the atmosphere to a war zone. The sky was constantly lit up with flashes of light and booming sounds that would shake you to your core. I managed to catch some on video right in front of me walking along a main road. Now this all happened around 9pm and as the night went on it got noisier and noisier. About 1145pm I went out for a smoke ...