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... climbed up some steep steps. The higher we got the further we could see. It was every bit as magnificent as you would want to imagine. When we got to the top and looked we could see it snaking up and over mountain after mountain, following the ridge line all the way. Jane commented that it was incredible and way bigger and better than she ever imagined. We walked along it taking ridiculous amounts of photos. Wong seemed to enjoy having us along and took more photos of us than ...
... speaking desk. But still very limited. Once we got our tickets we had to go and join the queue to get into the main train terminals. The signs are in English too which is great. Managed to find our platform. We now have a hour wait until our train leaves. On the train now. The train is pretty impressive. 2nd class is really nice. I think Noel over worried and scared me. We have sat next to the same guy we sat next to in the waiting area. ...
... went south. I passed the National Museum of China and ended
up at the Qianmen gate. Quite impressive though, a mix of communist and ancient
Chinese architecture. It’s quite funny to be able to walk around for hours without
crossing another Western tourist. No wonder the Chinese don’t speak English...
it would have been usefull though!!
From Qianmen I took the subway to another part of town where I wanted to go and
admire the Temple of ...
... Chinese New Year feast with him and his wife in their newly built guest house, just a block away from his hostel.
As we made extremely ugly culinary creations compared to Bobby and his wife’s perfectly-shaped dumplings, the Spring Festival Gala was playing in the background. Just as Bobby was explaining how it was an important, very Chinese tradition to watch the Spring Festival Gala ...
... and upon arriving at Beida I collapsed, exhausted but well satisfied. Yesterday, the second day of Spring Festival, Jake, Elliot, Philip and I went to the Lama Temple, also known as Yonghegong. I went there in 2009, but it was very interesting to go during the holiday. The subway at Yonghegong was completely bottlenecked; it took forever to simply get to the exit. Once we reached the temple our senses were overwhelmed by the smoke and scent of burning incense. ...