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... hill in one trip without stopping to rest. The climb was well worth it. Once at the top of the pavilion, you could see the entire city of Beijing (as much as you can with the smog). The view from the pavilion was one of my favorite things we have done so far. There was just something so great about seeing the entire city at once--all the industrial buildings mixed in with the ancient architecture and the greens of the ...
... I decided to get it since it was the only dessert available. It was so nice to chill with Mohini. We had not been hanging out due to our busy schedule.
I remember the first time I met Mohini. It was the second day of orientation. She was very vibrant and worldly due to her experience of traveling. That day, she was the one who took the lead to where we should eat and she had to speak Chinese for me. I had no idea at that time on how to survive in Beijing. ...
... highest point which seemed to be a 15 minute climb away. Yeh right. The Great Wall was built in case the Mongols ever invaded (which they never did, good old paranoia again!) and so was constructed across the tops of the mountains for about 1200 miles following every contour. The steps began quite steep but as they were built by little Chinese legged dudes and I was excited I began taking the steps 2 at a time, overtaking all the wheezing dumplings ...
I will have 2 new members of the family to meet when I come home too which is very exciting! As well as my cousin Rachel & Dave having recently had baby Oscar, her brother & wife have this week had a baby girl called Snowdrop, congratulations to you both, can’t wait to meet her!
Next time we’ll have plenty of stories to write about the Grand Prix, and photo’s to bore you with, you know me!!
Bye for now,
Tracy & Andy
... earlier, I met 6 people on the way up and loads on the way down – the tour guides and their charges were out in full force! I took a taxi back to the bus stop and the 916 bus
back to Beijing.
I spent 4 hours on the GW – a fantastic experience – wear hiking boots for comfort and sure-footedness – I took my time to enjoy the views as it certainly is a sight to behold. Because parts of the Wall are very steep, you ...
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