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Our last day in Beijing was full of meetings! We started our morning off at International SOS. International SOS is one of my favorite companies to meet with. We met with them in Dubai and then again here in Beijing. The difference between these two locations is that this one has their own clinic attached. Their own clinic helps members from all over the world with both differences in medical ...
... she’s actually very westernised and open-minded – rather, China was a very different place 25 years ago and even now the media is very heavily censored – as we discover almost daily when trying to use the internet! We explore further. Again, the overwhelming majority of tourists here are Chinese nationals, us westerners are uncommon and we attract attention, with lots of people wanting to take pictures of us (or with us!) which is a bit weird! ...
Started today off by visiting the summer palace. The summer palace is a vast ensemble of lakes, gardens and palaces in Beijing, China. In December 1998 it was placed on the world heritage list. The summer palace is approximately 2.9 square kilometres (720 acres) with 3/4 being water. The dragon lady was a concubine of the emperor, and this is where she used to live. She ended up having a child to the emperor it was a boy and ...
... child falling onto my bed or stepping on my mattress to climb somewhere else, which often resulted in the actually stepping on my foot.
As the children (and Karlie) got more and more awake and rowdy I swapped beds with Emma (top bed) for a bit, just so that I could have a bit of a rest. Emma and Karlie also go themselves some lunch from the train, but I did not really feel like it, so I passed.
The hours passed very quickly and suddenly it was 2 o clock ...
... amp; tour guide Jassy..a partime interpreter and guide.. loaded with all the information required.
First stop was at a Jade Factory... most informative.. all the colours , all the items crafted.. watching them with a small tool and water.. etching, grinding and creating their pieces.. prices as astounding as the creations!
Another 20 minutes( and only 50 kms form the city), the mountains are what we expected.. mammoth, rugged ...