Sofitel Dongguan Golf Resort
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... minutes. It was already warm and, of course, humid, so I was huffing and puffing by the time we reached the cable car entry point. Six people fit into each car, so Leah and I rode with Ricardo, Kate and Ellie (or constant companions for the most part), and Joe. This was Leah's first time on this type of vehicle and she did not like it. She can do roller coasters all day long, but this was not her cup of tea. It was about a 5 minute ride, and then we got ...
... and I tell him so every time he sings it. Which he does, often. I'm reasonably sure it's "Money, Money, Money, it's so funny in a rich man's world". What would be the first thing you'd do after seven nights camping in a desert? Shower? Something good to eat? A game of table tennis? I get straight onto the internet to find that the French guy knows his English song lyrics far better than I do! ...
... at home – weddings, graduations, house repairs - and we send our best wishes to all of you involved with these events. A special shout-out to Tami who has just finished a grueling winter and spring of chemo. Still radiation to go, but the end is in sight. She has shown courage and determination during this unpleasant journey, reflecting the strong and positive women who we know and love.
Till next time,
Helen & ...
Today was a long drive to the Great Wall with the pollution levels on the motorway not really very nice. Once out of the city we had blue skies and the pollution levels dropped completely. On arrival we purchased our tickets and then joined the throngs walking on the wall. We had a choice of going up the steep, less populated direction or the busier yet still steep direction. We chose the less steep but crowded side. The view of the Great Wall was amazing, stretching far ...
... as had our passports), we took photos and tried to see if anyone else knew more than us. After a while, they turned off the platform lights and ushered everyone upstairs to an airless, waiting area. Some loud Australians (there are always some!) told us there was nothing up there as the bar was shut and the duty free shop was tiny but we had to wait for a couple of hours in the hall.
Finally we were allowed back onto the train, and eventually our passports ...