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... you only ever see pictures of it looking like it's in the middle of nowhere (I guess it's the same with a lot of these sites, I've heard the Pyramids are the same!). The only thing that disappointed me about the Great Wall was that the part we visited had obviously been very restored. I would have loved to see parts that were crumbling and old, hence why it would have been so good to have a day to trek - how often do you get a chance to walk along the Great Wall?! But ...
... at the station and traveled to the Beihei area
where Stefan had told us there were lovely walks around the lakes with
shops and cafes around. It was another very warm day but there was a
lot of pollen like dandelion clocks blowing around from the trees which
was really irritating for your eyes and nose. It has been falling in
Beijing for a couple of days now and coupled with the pollution is not
good for health. Added to that ...
... I thought I would just have a quick look around. It was a great idea! I climbed a hill type thing to a small pagoda, and then again to the top to a large pagoda with a huge gold buddha inside. From this Pagoda there are 360 views of Beijing, and more notably, a complete view from above of the Forbidden City. This was great to see, it really gave me a sense of how different Beijing is... It has not grown vertically as with many cities, but horizontally.
I was ...
... didn't get it until later. However, when I reached him after I got back, he was already on a train. Bummer. He said he had a small bag of things though. He didn't seem too upset.
It also answered the question about Yesanpo--obviously he was going somewhere else. I kinda figured I was going anyway because I had gotten a text from Amy asking for my birthdate for the insurance. So I wasn't too ...
... before we went through: the 10%25 rule of thumb (if they say 300 yuan, figure the item is worth 30 max). Also, set in your mind on how much you're willing to pay and just walk away until they accept. She got some good deals! I'm sorry I didn't get a photo of her facing off with these ladies. It was fun to hear her voice get strong as she set her price point and didn't back ...