Yulong International Hotel
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... him to the cashier, Geoff handed over 100y and got a card. The man took the card and again told us to wait, then the penny dropped. You purchase a card for 100y and then you go around with your card and the individual shop owners swipe the card. You can top the card up to any amount and when you are finished with the card 2 years or in our case the next day, you can go back to the ...
... a slow internet connection I think you can guess which side I'll pick. I'll do my best though to at least blog about each day on the wall even if the internet is too slow for pictures. Also, I shot all my photos in RAW so once I get home I'm going to go through and find the best of the best and do some post processing to get the light balance right and whatnot and share the final products here and on Facebook. Super excited to head to the wall ...
So today was a free day, meaning Joan didn't have any adoption stuff for us. We did finally get some more sleep and had breakfast in the resturant downstairs. We met some American Opera Singers here on tour with the China Opera, they just down the hall from us. And we got to see and talk to our girls this morning which was amazing to be able to just skype them while we're across the world. We spent the day walking around the ...
... Tiananmen Square at 4:30am so that we could watch the raising of the flag. They raise the Chinese flag (and lower it again) each day at sunrise and sunset. It is all done with such precision. They march out of the Forbidden City in such unison and this is the only thing you can hear. The raising of the flag takes 217 seconds as this is how long it takes the sun to rise and fall from the horizon. Back to the hotel now and wait for breakfast to be ...
... and stomping on toes has become second nature) we browsed through a few stalls, bought some nice costume jewellery (2 pieces for like £5) and went back to the hotel to relax for a bit, knowing we weren’t going to get much rest on the train tonight.
After we popped out for some dinner (McDonalds in China is pretty much the same as everywhere else by the way), our guide met us at the hotel and we started heading towards the ...