Beijing Guxiang 20 Club
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So after a few days of acclimatising ourselves to Beijing our next date with destiny had arrived! Meeting the new tour group. Again, how lucky could we be to meet a group of 10 people and have a great time with them all? Well we're obviously very lucky girls! William, our tour leader, was really good at trying to introduce us all and get to know our names. Funnily enough he struggled with me and Anne, mixing ...
... out. It was very impressive. The area is quite commercial - we caught a very steep cable chair up to the wall and then had the choice of tobogganing or the cable car back down. Of course David chose the toboggan! There was even a Subway sandwich shop up there! The tour leader told us that her parents had two children and the penalty was two years of their wages to be paid to the ...
... masks in a variety of different colours and expressions. Masks painted, and tales told, the students were now enjoying the excitement and magic of feeling in character with their host’s culture. There was a sense of excitement and buzz during this class. Including seeing the boys in single formation, stomp like warriors gone before them. It was from all reports, a "fantastic" class and afternoon!
With one last excursion planned coming to the close of ...
... 2 dollars and some odd sum) and got on the open boat. I then met some people from Xinjiang (I think that is correct), and to give you a little geography lesson, they live in the western-most section of China. Most of the area is Arabic, and so were they. We landed on the pretty island and I saw them again later, where they proceeded to give me an amazing pear and some Xinjiang homemade snacks. We shared cellphone numbers and I went back home with a gorgeous ...
Forbidden city and Tiananmen are a short walk from my hotel.. (part of the reason i picked my hotel here) ...
As warned by many ... it is soooooo cold in Beijing... i had wrapped up warm but even so my hands were cold in my gloves (good for pockets). Still it was so cold - Wenbo came with me - he didn't wear gloves or a hat!!! It was cold especially out of the sun so we didn't take our time!!
Wenbo took me a different way into forbidden city- ...