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This would be our last day in Beijing. The kids did homework all morning then went for a swim. Ava discovered the dance studio and had a blast.
Thanks to an email from Linda Rowbottom, we were able to find the Silk Market. We had a very difficult time communicating with people in Beijing, we found very few people who spoke English and or course, we could not use the internet to access info. ...
... we were there with heavy rain, thunder and lightning. There were several business men coming in to dine in the expensive restaurant next door and we watched the security men line up with umbrellas to greet them from our choice window seat.
We were both really tired with all the walking we had done today and both feeling a bit snuffly, so I am now back in the hotel at 7.30pm writing this.
... City. On her way she is befriended by a young girl wanting to speak English and is then invited for tea. Reluctantly agreeing, she soon finds herself in a closed room being asked to pay hundreds of yuan for tea. Sensing something is wrong, ( a beer costs 3.5 yuan), she pays for the tea and makes a quick escape.
On the wrong side of the Forbidden City, and wanting to get back to the hotel quickly, she is offered a Tuk Tuk ride for hundreds ...
... only to get suckered into buying "I climbed the Great Wall" shirts from our new found bff.
After an exhausted trek and lack of eating any substantial amount of food these last few days we caved and headed straight for the Hut. PIZZA HUT! With full stomachs and sore feet we headed back to the hostel and called it a night after our Great Adventure on the Great ...
... see from the pictures, we were quite lucky with the weather; it was dry with blue skies; however, it wasn’t as clear as it could have been. The views were nonetheless spectacular and you could see different parts of the wall snaking across the countryside.
The wall is actually quite a hike – it’s really steep in places, sometimes with uneven steps, and sometimes with just a rather precarious slope – the bottoms ...