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... looking confused 2 people stopped and asked us if we needed help. It was the perfect time to encounter helpful English speaking locals. They did not know the address of the hotel but the lady said what any normal person would "I'll google it". We resisted the urge to tell her she really needed to say she would yahoo it. Fortunately she gave us the right directions and we managed to meet our tour guide on time.
Three days ago, I went camping on the Great Wall, rare experience for many people. I didn't even know that it was possible until many of my teachers told me about it. Some of them did it in the spring and talked about what a great experience it was. Despite their stories, nothing really prepared me for this experience. First of all, camping on the Great Wall is illegal but, as with everything in China, there are always loopholes and ways to get around the system. Meaning, that ...
... tasted amazing and I bought some like everyone else. There were cups which changed pictures when they are hot and this small statue boy which pees if you pour hot water over it.
Duck banquet was for dinner. It was amazing because I love duck but I think everyone was tired. It was a big day filled with laughter, fun and happiness. This trip has been amazing.
-Caitlin Baker ...
... br> Temperatures today a cool 39 DEC c.
Day 2. After meeting Becci, we decided to travel together for a few days. Next stop was Summer Palace. It covers an expanse of 2.9 square kilometers (720 acres), three-quarters of which is water.. We opted for a guide, considering there were about 900 people lined up to get a ticket. With the guide we were able to see a lot more and it only cost a bit more than the entry ticket. Money well spent.
... rows of courtyards.
Different from the Forbidden City, which is the symbol of the royal
family, the winding Hutongs present the common Beijingners' lives. As families grew more cottages were built around the courtyard making it a family unit. I was fascinated by them and wished we had time to take a rickshaw tour of some of the most well preserved Hutongs of the city....
We ended up at ...
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