Yan Oasis Resort & Spa
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... Kung Fu show. It was quite impressive, even though it was the usual sort of stuff. Great acrobatics, some ballet, some impressive QiGong and stuff. All spoken in English with Chinese subtitles. I Felt a bit embarrassed and fortunate, as there were lots of non English tourists around us.
I was still experimenting with the blog but was enjoying keeping it. I ended up staying up too late writing up the day's entry and was sure I would regret it the next ...
... not only polite but saves time. Here everybody just piles on into each other rudely, some barging and pushing. Also (and this is pretty grim stuff) a large proportion of toddlers out here (probably a small majority) wear split-****** trousers. Surely this is wrong? When I first noticed this phenomenon I thought it must be either a mistake or evidence of a lone perverted parent but there are loads of them. At first, innocent, I wondered why this was. Then the next day (at the ...
... but she had to tell you off first?" Gloria wouldn't respond. She just said she's crazy and to just let her unlock the door.
So I waited, patiently. Waited and waited. She got herself some water, took one sip then put the cup down. She switched off the lights in the hallways. She made a phone call--I'm quite certain it was a call to complain about what just had happened. I also have the distinct feeling that she was not being truthful about it. She started writing in a ...
... and patience bring the solution and happpy faces as we are holding funny money in our hands again. Not dramatic but quite relief.
'Cash in the tash' the Summer Palace is next days target. Nico wakes us early, fortunately, as the sun is shining bringhtly [amazing that it could through the smog] thanks to a breeze. Not that the smog is gone, it's just blown along. Maria tries 'The Mask' for the first time, an it's not too bad actually. Plus: keeps your nosetip warm :)
... and for the way down you can choose to take the toboggan (Sommerrodelbahn made in Germany). Since we are young and not yet tired from traveling we. of course, hiked up to the wall. But for the way down we bought a ticket for the toboggan already at the entrance :- ). We had about 4 hours to walk on the wall before we had to be back. First we decided to see a part which was not restored. There you could hardly see the wall anymore at some point. Nature is ...