On the last day, the sky cleared up and the weather was perfect for our climb up the Great Wall of China!
It was about 32 degrees Celsius when we tackled the wall (but with the humidex it felt much hotter).
The scary part wasn't going up the Great Wall at Juyongguan:
It was looking down and going down the steps.
The stairs were steep and uneven. Near the top of the mountain, they didn't even have guard rails for visitors to hold on to when descending down the stairs.
After surviving the climb down from the Great Wall, we were taken to a nearby restaurant:
Clockwise from the top: Sweet and Sour Fish, Celery, Fried Chicken Fingers, Mixed Vegetables and Stir-fry Pork
The only dishes I liked were the Fried Chicken Fingers (even if they did taste a bit garlicky) and the mixed vegetables. The rest of the dishes weren't very good.
Very bland and tasteless, which was surprising since wintermelon is usually very sweet.
Overall: Not a very good meal to end our China trip with, but it was served very fast to give us enough time to explore the Cloisonne factory downstairs.