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... me in my seat to give me her phone number and three pieces of gum and stayed for a bit of a chat with neither of us understanding much despite our best attempts at charades. She was very sweet. The show was amazing. The strength, agility and ability to contort was beyond beyond. It took me back to when I was a wee thing as it seemed like every year Ice Capades, Raveen, Rolf Harris and the Chinese Acrobats were our go to cultural engagements. I was a bit nervous when it started and ...
... was taking the subway. We had to take three different lines to get from where we were to where we wanted to be. It was such an experience-there were so many different lines and so many people. Taking the subway here with thousands of locals made me just awestruck by the amount of people who live in this city.
*More information about our dinner at the China World Summit Hotel to come! ...
... flight now only an hour away was looking a distant goal. I asked the agent if there was availability on the flight and how much, for only £500 I could get business class tickets, hurrah. I called my colleagues back and they said that at that moment the ticket shad been processed and we could check in and head for the plane.
We went through security border control emerging into the airside retail area with thirty five minutes to take off. For those that know me I ...
... because there are just more cars than the roads can handle. Today I was sitting in the front seat, so I got a good view of the traffic and gained even more respect for the skill of our bus driver. Although it is probably a good thing that I don't understand Chinese because I might have learned some new cuss words. Before we reached the Great Wall we stopped at a cloisonné factory, where we watched the artists create the copper work and ...
... same issue. Da and I looked at each other with mounting concern, if we hadn’t got any money, Dan wouldn’t be able to buy any Bomb Chicken for his dinner tonight, and I wouldn’t be able to pay for the attentions of any other Hawkers and artists who Dan befriended! Allied to the fact that we are in China, with no money, and only one week into our trip, we were worried!
I looked up at the signs above the machine ‘DEPOSIT ONLY’ was ...
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