4 Banqiao Guesthouse
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... with heat and tinted windows and just that moment alone would have made the private tour price worth it. "Thank God I am not on a tour bus with so may people!"
We talk a bit to Michael who:
- Is from the Schezuan Province
- Originally but came to Beijing in 1995 to study economics at the university.
- Is about my age and has a wife and one little 2.5 year old little girl- English name Annie. ...
... the toilets, except that they were once again squat toilets, which many of our group really didn't want to use. We slowly made our way back to our hotel, nearly getting lost on the way but not doing too badly. As we crossed the road at one intersection, a mad driver basically tried to push through us, so clearly pedestrians on a green light don't have right of way. The lake that we passed yesterday in the centre of the campus is starting to freeze at the edges. ...
Waking up at 6 AM is becoming quite the habit here in Beijing, as we rose bright and early for a full day of sight-seeing. First on the list: the Lama Temple. As the most renowned Tibetan Buddhist temple outside of Tibet, the Lama Temple exemplifies a place of active worship and abundant history. Being surrounded by that much culture and religious appreciation is truly an amazing experience. This time instead of ...
... dynasty (1368-1644) sections of the wall were joined up and it became the worlds largest military structure - with a total length of 20,000km! Designed to protect China against any unwanted visitors. Even today, parts of the wall have been reconstructed for easier tourist viewing. I visited a small section of the wall - Mutianyu. This section is 2.2km long, with 22 watch towers spread out over the wall. I left Beijing at 8am for the 2 hour drive, 80km North of Beijing. The wall is up ...
... here, although if they actually gave me some thick clothes that would help more haha. We wanted to get a taxi to our hostel which wasn't very far away and should cost ¥30 (£3). The guy who was running the taxi rank told us ¥300. I was tempted to work up a massive greeny and deposit it onto his shoe, seeing as thats how it works here but thought better of it. As the taxi was out of the question we spent ages walking round with our heavy backpacks in the cold until ...