Zhonghang Airport Hotel
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... bottom of the hill we had the option of walking up, or paying 100¥ to get a cable car. As we only had 3 hours there we wanted to see the wall more, so did the cable car. We found out a couple of days later that Taylor, a guy from Texas, walked up, and still got further along the wall than us!! Mental. Anyway, the wall is pretty amazing. Can't really describe it as well as pictures can but I'll try. There was a bit of a mist covering the surrounding hills that made ...
... and we loaded ourselves up and hit the metro. Now there was some panic. The Lonely Planet said you need to arrive at least 45 minutes before departure, which for us was 8.43- fine, we had 1hour 43 minutes to get onto the train. Plenty of time. However somehow we headed in the wrong direction on the metro so had to backtrack. Now going in the right direction further along the line I noticed on the metro clock it was 8pm already- eek! Not going according to ...
... like. It was fun to try all these new things and Lily loved it all, especially some leek soup that she wanted to drink right out of the bowl (we'd seen them feed her this way at the orphanage). We're very ready and excited to come home but not looking forward to the journey. We go to the airport at 1:45 tomorrow, so there'll be just enough time to run out for some things we still need and then pack. The Shipley's will be on the flight with us so that ...
... as prisoners.
The Great Wall, is one of the greatest wonders of the world, and was listed as a World Heritage by UNESCO in 1987. Just like a gigantic dragon, the Great Wall winds up and down across deserts, grasslands, mountains and plateaus, stretching approximately 8,851.8 kilometers (5,500 miles) from east to west of China.
We spent a couple of hours on top of the Wall stopping for pictures and taking in the views as well as listening to ...
The last few weeks have been fun filled and incredibly busy. Study has been consistently busy as well, and my mind is overflowing with new characters.
I have tried the famous 'cupping' massage with Ian and Emily, where the masseuse places several suction cups on your body, in order to suck excess water and toxins out of your body. I wasn't expecting them to do that when I first agreed to the massage, but it wasn't so bad. I didn't enjoy it ...