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Travel Blogs from Beijing
... Yonghe Gate, Yonghe Hall, Yongyou Hall, Hall of the Wheel of the Law, and Wanfu Pavilion. There were dozens of believers at the temple compound, many making prayers while waving sticks of burning incense. The chief attraction is the 59-foot-tall Buddha carved from sandalwood.
I exited Lama Temple at 4:39. The day is still young, but I had an early start after being up all night and am kaput. I walked to Yonghegong Station and boarded a Line 5 subway ...
... hostel has served its purpose and we have had an enjoyable time here! 7 Days in Beijing was a little longer than we probably needed but the first day or 2 we suffered some jet lag so it gave us some time to recover on sleep which is what we needed!
Our next stop takes us to: HARBIN, north of China and a 1.5 hour flight away!
It looks to be around -25 degress here so plenty of clothing needed!
India & Nathan x
... blog). Tracy says I have to give you a match report from the game between Beijing Cyclones and Shanghai Warriors. Well here goes. An hour before kick of the Warriors rolled out on to the pitch to warm up looking very professional and all kitted out in the same uniform. Very impressive..... Ten minutes before kick off the Cyclones roll on to the pitch and I mean roll. What a bunch of misfits not one in the same kit. They looked like ...
... of Union and the Imperial Garden. The Imperial Garden was quite intriguing with very old Cyprus and rock formations. There were many signs advising the people that rock climbing was dangerous.
To organise our ride we had to ring the driver and that showed us another interesting experience with Dawn’s new TravelSim which seemed to have a mind of its own. Eventually got through to the driver Zhang and after much debating arranged for him to pick us up in ...
... t get me wrong – this was no luxury digs, these people are still very very poor. But the bed was reasonably good, the shower hot and the food wonderful. Toilet, well ..its China, enough said. I can’t remember the name of the village, but I’ll look it up.
A few more days to chill out and next stop by overnight train to Xi’an, home of the entombed warriors!
PS - Apologies for the tardy entries, its difficult to find "down time" to attend