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... 8211; it was very exciting! I couldn’t believe we were actually there. Seeing the sea, but also the Great
Wall, felt so out of context with each other. Spent a while hanging around enjoying the view, and walking along the beach. We could see the outline of an impressively sized boat in the distance. Popped into the nearby Sea God Temple, which also stretched out to sea a short distance away from the wall. I also managed to have a short conversation ...
... s 2nd largest city) and explore the hiking trails of the stunning Mt. Kumgang. The weather is beautiful at this time of year — warm during the day but not too hot. See the festive and warm sites of North Korea as you learn more about the fascinating place in the summer months. This is a unique way to visit places that are rarely frequented by tourists. (Don’t forget to pack your swim gear and your summer love!) Highlights Kumsusan Memorial Palace (Mausoleum of ...
... showed up. We found out that Jean fell asleep this morning since he was very busy with his other finals. Right before our professor showed up, Jean made it!
The Chinese exam was not that bad. I knew what I was doing shockingly! Right after my exam, I chilled in my room.
I decided to go to the Llama Temple because I wanted to see it before I left Beijing. That place is one of my favorite places to go in Beijing; it is very peaceful and beautiful. I took ...
... first trainride in mainland China.
Once arrived in the hostel I had dinner with Albert and Samantha. It was their
last night in Beijing as they flew back to Germany tomorrow morning after a
month of traveling. Later on John and his daughter joined us with pizza from
the Chinese pizza hut lol
After saying goodbye to the Spaniards I went upstairs to
pack my bags and prepared myself to viber’ate!
... only exit was on the other side of the temple, as the police had barricaded the everything else off. So it would appear that I was going to see the lama temple after all. I had to jump back in the ticket line and get my ticket. Once I had my ticket I went into the temple where I once again followed the flow of people. I was actually glad that I went in, because not only did I get to see the temple, but I got to see it being used for the purpose it was built ...