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We felt happy to move on from Beijing, it did feel a bit oppressive due to the very high level of security, but the 'Great Wall' was wonderful and we had a superb ski day. We would definitely recommend a visit to Beijing for any budding travellers.
At the risk of being a total anorak train spotter, the train from Beijing South to Shanghai Hongqiao is a an 811 miles journey which is completed in 3 hours ...
... cobblestone alleys and made for San authentic feel. Once inside the Yu Gardens, we toured its majestic buildings. Most of the roofs had small army figures to 'ward off the evil spirits'. The shape of the building also hypothetically did this too. A small pond revealed dozens of 'happy fish', or goldfish, who swam right up to the bridges in search of food. They are called happy fish because they are happy no one eats them since they taste so awful. ...
Hi Everyone Well our adventure has begun. We were lulled into a false sense of what a peaceful place this was as we arrived on a super early flight and were wandering the streets of Shanghai virtually by ourselves. This of course was short lived as a few of Shanghai's 23 million people hit town. We could see the haze over the city as we drove in from airport. ...
... at Blue Frog something or other- yum yum! And although we actually couldn't fathom walking anymore, we walked around Pudong and got up close to the pearl tower (again LOTS more photography opportunities for Robs). Then we finally caught the metro home, just one stop away (across the river though) and happily made it back to our hotel at about 10.30pm :) On a side note- the weather was a lot cooler today, luckily though, 'cos otherwise ...
Over Thanksgiving weekend, my co-teacher Geding got married! He'd been dating his wife for 5 years and they finally got hitched! Once you decide you want to get married in China, it can take a while to get the parents of the bride to approve; you have to have a car, a home, etc. to prove you can take care of her. Their wedding was huge, 220 people, a lot of the family in from Beijing. Since it was so large, Geding and Sophia ...