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... Sofas, refrigerators, and funerals often move on bicycles. Half ton bikes and scooters move car parts and construction materials.
People - 57 nationalities in China, all represented in Beijing, many with great pride and ceremony. Not without discrimination. Chinese have found themselves in a wave of prosperity. They like it. Travel, communication, international dialog. Kids learn English early, like to greet foreigners whenever they ...
... for snoozing. No Great Wall trip was going to happen today and this was something Rose wanted to do before she left so she booked her flight making sure we had one more day to do the wall. The weather cleared up towards the latter part of the day so the girls and I headed to the famous fake market to see if there was anything worth buying. There wasn't but it was nice to get out while there was a break in the rain. Six of us, minus Lei, went out to have Peking duck that evening in ...
... easier you have your choice of taking a cable car up and down or a chair lift up and a toboggan down if you don't want to hike the way to the wall. When I heard the toboggan down, I was all for it! The wall itself was very cool. It is incredibly impressive, and there are some areas that are so steep it looked like a direct upward walk. Thankfully there were many vendors throughout the wall selling (overpriced) water and beer. After walking along it for about an hour or so I ...
... gone to McDonald's instead.
Today, we woke up at 4:15am. It might be a nap day because we have a 3 hour dinner, 10 course dinner tonight. We are going on a 5K walk this morning with my Moms work friends. We don't know what else we are doing today yet. We have seen most of the big sites we wanted to see. We thought about going to see the Pandas but we read this morning that it was not that nice and the animals weren't treated too nicely. ...
... and turned into a snake, nearly scared her husband to death and went to a mountain to get some healing herbs. We only saw her going and obtaining the herbs, the rest was the background story. This was probably my favorite because the actors had large spears that they would throw, kick and juggle all together and to each other. It was a very neat experience seeing a traditional way of story telling.
Wow! Another awesome day in a spectacular place! See you soon for day 3!