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... of gardens. Then we left and went out to dinner. Eating Chinese food for every meal gets a bit sickening, so I was really in the mood for pizza. And I got my wish! Most of us went to an Italian restaurant, and I got a veggie pizza which was awesome! After that, we just walked around a cool busy street to people watch and observe. In one week, I’ll be back in America! I’m loving my experience here, but I can’t wait to get back ...
The day began as they all do with an early morning qigong session. I am starting to get the hang of some of the simpler arrangements of moves now, my current favourite being the grounding sequence which roots you to the earth and protects you with qi energy; it's just such a lovely way to begin the day.
Breakfast was the usual jamboree of Eli telling us all about the sights we were about to see and Elizabeth interrupting him whenever he paused for breath with ...
... but the first line we're on is overground for probably an hour, and then you finally get to the real subway - although there were 4 changes to get us to Tiananmen Square.
We were lucky enough to have really beautiful weather for the first couple of days, which meant that we saw the Forbidden City in the sunshine, rather than in the smog like last time I was here, although this does mean that it has been scorchingly hot - although nobody seems to have been burnt ...
... ride to the Tianjin Port where we will board the Diamond Princess - our home for the next 16 days. I've been fortunate to have complimentary unlimited access to high speed internet for the last couple days. That ends tomorrow. Oh, by the way the Chinese government has certain foreign website blocked such as Facebook, so no Facebook until we are at sea. I'll do my best to share our adventure.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend. Take care.
... no skis, no snow). The scenery was beautiful. There were mountains of rocks in different shapes. There were some weird trees that were round. The stairs on the wall were very very steep. In some spots, we crawled like spiders to get up. The wall was completely made of stone. In a couple of points, we got to go into the towers to see lots of things. At the edge of the wall, some edges were big but not that tall, so you could fall off. It was really ...