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... we could actually detect faint blue sky. Weather iffy today, of course, since we are walking the Great Wall.
Our bathroom, as is typical, is a "wet" bathroom, meaning that the whole thing is tiled and the shower is not sectioned off. So when you shower the whole room gets wet and the floor floods. We knew that and brought flip flops to wear in the bathroom. Elizabeth just rolled over to tell me that she dreamed that we wore our flip flops to hike the Wall today.
... really had to make sure that you stopped frequently (which I did), and constantly kept yourself hydrated. And I wasn't the only one - everyone, regardless of race, religion, or age, found the going tough. It was as if we all were living through the same life experience - that of humanity. People were kind, always lending a helping hand, offering words of encouragement, and constantly smiling. And the smiling was for a very simple reason - we were all climbing the Great Wall of ...
... so he taught Tommy the "shaka brah" hand sign: in a couple photos you'll see him making it. It's getting very hot now, so we'll hang out in The Barracks (the name of William's courtyard house in the village) until evening and then go on a short hike to a nice viewpoint to see the wall in the evening light. I apologize for uploading so many photos but I was having an extremely hard time choosing just a few. And yes, there are a lot of sunrise photos (probably too ...
... they kept just shaking their heads at me to then said 'hospital'.
Oh ok then. Didn't think I was bothered to do that really but once we arrived at bug street to find it closed we decided to pop by the hospital and check it out as it was only round the corner. That was amusing - we must have looked ...
... of visitors that I saw at the place had made my desire of getting in the museum to shatter.
After taking some photos, I and my companion both decided to leave.
LOOKING FOR A PLACE TO EAT
Following the direction shown on the website Tripadvisor, we took the subway line number 2 and got off at Yonghegong Station to look for a vegetarian restaurant, named Fairy Su.
I know that there are two vegetarian restaurants in the Yonghegong ...