I was woken early by a knocking on the door. It was Dan and Emma they asked if we wanted to go to Pizza Hut. I hate cheese and so am not a fan of Pizza but Steve likes it and since there were three of them and one of me I decided to go with the flow and whilst they had Pizza I had a chocolate brownie and ice cream dessert. We decided we were going to go to Dino Land. Dan had seen it online and it looked amazing. It was a kind of water theme park. Me and Steve mistakenly assumed that there would be a cash machine there or that you would be able to pay by card. Unfortunately once we got there we found out there wasn't, and to top it all off it turned out to be way more expensive than we had thought. For starters it cost £30 to get in which was way more than we had paid for any attraction so far . Then as soon as we were in, it was clear they were going to ring every penny out of us. First off you had to leave any food or drink outside and they put your bags through an X-ray machine to make sure you didn't have anything. I had two bottles of water and realising there was a slight delay between them finding drinks and confiscating those from the people in front. I put my bag through then grabbed it before it even came out of the machine and moved as quickly as I could through the turnstiles. Dan and Emma left their unopened bottles at the entrance. The robbery continued inside. For most of the rides you had to have a dinghy which you had to pay £10 to hire. And then you had to put your belongings into a locker which cost £6. We had to borrow some money from Dan and Emma so they both went and got two dinghies while we put everyone's belongings into a locker. I guess as you are not allowed to have much fun in China that when there is something fun people will sell there organs to have a go. I've come up with a genius plan I'm thinking about getting a small plot of land with some grass and walls and trees. I'll charge them a fortune to enter extra to sit on the magic grass that doesn't disappear after you sit on it, they can rent out dogs to walk. But they have to rollers ate everywhere. I'll charge £10 for the skates and £20 to store there shoes. I think I'm on to a winner here. Anyways back to Dino Land. The place was actually amazing there were huge slides and flumes like roller coasters. A beach with wave machine, a big pool with loads of stuff to do like swings and monkey bars and floating bridges. And you could get around in rivers with rapids. I was like a little kid running around like it was Christmas. Definitely the highlight of China so far. If you go to China Forget the Great Wall go to Dino Land. It had only been about an hour when it started to thunder and lightning. Emma was really worried as it was lightning and we were in water. I told her we were fine as everyone else was in there. The storm got worse and worse it started to rain and the thunder was really loud. But it wasn't cold at all and it was quite liberating swimming while it thundered and lightning lit up the sky. Emma asked if I wanted to go. I said no. So she asked if I wanted to get out. I said if she wanted to she could. Then a little while later the lifeguards started blowing their whistles and ordering everyone out. All of a sudden the mood changed and It was like a scene from jaws, people running and pulling others out all scrambling to get out of the water as quick as they could. It was funny to watch. We huddled under a covered area and Emma started crying. She said she had hurt her knee and had to get it checked out. I think she thought they were going to amputate it. We all waited and eventually Emma came out with some ice on it. She said she wanted to go. I really wanted to stay. The place was open for another 6 hours and we hadn't even been on a quarter of the rides. But Emma and Dan had the wrist bands for the floats etc so we had no choice but to go with them. To say I was gutted would be a huge understatement.