Eastern Morning Sun Youth Hostel
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... China at Mutianyu, which is supposed to have beautiful views. Sharon and I have previously been to the Wall. Kyle and I went to Badaling Gate back in 2001 when he and I did 15-day China tour. Sharon and I visited the Jinshanling part of the Wall when we were here 9 years ago.
It is a cold day in Beijing -- about 40 degrees -- dry and overcast. Beijing has a perpetual coat of smog -- any time of day. I have never seen blue sky ...
... were even being dragged by the salespeople to check out their stuff. Not for the faint of heart. However, if you were able to maintain your composure, you could easily score some fake Beats headphones for about $20 (no joke!). Really hoping to do most of my souvenir shopping at these markets.
To finish off our first day in Beijing, we were treated to a Peking Duck dinner. I've never had duck before, and was eagerly looking forward to dinner. As ...
... and even places where the wall has slipped away completely and lies as a pile of stones six metres below. We pass tower 24 and continue up towards 25 – the unrestored wall keeps going up the hillside towards the ridge at the top. It’d be great to keep following it, to get a better picture of what the wall’s really like, but we don’t have time so we turn back and head down again, towards tower six. The smog is lifting a little as we head back ...
... for 6 weeks before our trip in order to strengthen her knees for this day. And she did great. She was able to climb all the sections she wanted and celebrated that night with more than 1 wine!
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Today I woke early around 6am... (Still not completely sorted with the sleeping pattern) and waited for Craig to wake up, an hour or so later and we then got up for a lovely free breakfast provided by the hostel. We had various buns and biscuits, toast, juice, coffees and teas all of which were yummy! Bob the hostel owner had lots of advice for us about how to plan out our day and we booked a driver for the Great Wall and also to see the Chinese ...