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Day four on the wall and what a day! This morning we drove to Xizhazi Village, where we hiked for 90 minutes up a forested mountain trail to the Great Wall at Jiankou. The trail was initially flat, steepening as we reached Zhengbeilou Tower. On arrival at the tower we had to climb up man-made ladders - a slightly hairy experience but once we got to the top we had sweeping views of mountains, valleys and small villages nestling against the ...
... residence of the last emperor of China, Pu Yi. It was a very busy day with so many large groups but we managed to see the whole area. We thought we'd be smart by taking an electric bus to avoid the crowds but it seems we couldn't exit via the main entrance! We then went to the Qianmen area and had some spicy noodles for lunch. The distances are incredible (either that or the map's scale is not accurate), but after ...
... last time) that we spoke to a couple of people who asked us if we got to the palace as it was amazing. Our response of "no we didn't" which was received with confusion and shock as apparently the Palace is considered on par with the Great Wall when visiting Beijing. This time we were determined to get there and although there was some confusion on how to get to the entrance we found it eventually. It's worth noting that during our time in Beijing, the city ...
... customs. I remembered from my last trip to China that these cards are really tricky to fill in, with dates written differently and details of where we were staying needed. How wrong I was – almost all managed to fill it in properly first time and the couple who made a mistake only needed to make a minor adjustment to it. In fact the turbulence as we began our descent made more difficult. ...
... a little tease-- by the time I finished class, this pristine cover had melted into a muddy sludge, but the cool air lingered for days.
This weekend was a bit of a Temple visit-athon. On Saturday, I went with a classmate to the Lama Temple. This is a Tibetan Buddhist temple, located in a really old area of Beijing. Lots of Hutongs (ancient/traditional houses) surrounded the Temple. Some are still houses, some are shops. There is something so ...