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... 13,170 miles (21,196 kilometers) from east to west of China. It is over 600 years old and was built to stop invasions into China by the Huns from the north (no rabbits I am afraid)..Absolutely spectacular scenery and lots and lots of steps and steep slopes, it was time for the cable car up and back to the highest point - another tick for the bucket list - I am not sure if the photos will do it justice!
Onto the bus for the ...
... So walking around day to day you are constantly seeing naked little botties all over the city. Ah....... Broody, we made our way finally into the Imperial Vault of Heaven (now really could have done with Tom Hiddleston) and tried to give the famous Echo Wall a go. A game of Chinese Whispers. The story goes that you can whisper to the wall and the sound will travel along the curved rounded bricks and can be heard the other side by your fellow. This today did ...
... I'm already used to it. I haven't had to use my inhaler yet, which is good, but I always carry it on me just encase.
-Overall, I'm quite impressed by the things that we've done so far and I know we still have a whole lot of great things left on our to-do list so I'm happy about that. I'm most looking forward to the Forbidden City, going to the Great Wall, seeing he Terracotta Solders, and seeing the skyline of ...
... instead of "Tallaght 10, Blanchardstown 16, Finglas 24".
Our driver was some scruff who collected us it a pair of paint covered jeans and threw us into his messy family car (Nicola said this was her first taste of home referring to her Da's immaculately clean car - she's one to talk!). Our hostel, the Red Lantern, was a nice little traditional building located in a Hutong. Hútòngs are narrow little alleys & neighborhoods where ...
... so I was pretty nervous about tobogganing down the hill. Was actually really fun - I was a bit alarmed by all the contradictory instructions I was getting mid slide though - repeated instructions blasting at me not to stop and then numerous signs telling me to slow down. The speed element being rather subjective after all. Anyway - I didn't break the sound barrier but I wasn't the slowest person on the track either.
I won't bore you with the ...