Beijing Guxiang 20 Club
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... buried with and a little history about the Ming Dynasty's funeral ceremonies. The architecture here was also amazing. I would recommend getting this in if coming to Beijing, China.
After the Ming Tombs, we were taken to a restaurant to have lunch. They brought all the tour groups here from every company. It was packed! This was also included in our tour price. It was cool to see the way typical Chinese eat dinner, with all the plates out in ...
... heard by the climbers around you. There appears to be certain universal gestures and signals that we can all use that aids in our communication with those around us. The fact that everyone was exhausted and struggling with the climb was effectively communicated to those around us. Phil was laughing with a French group after one of the women had a slight stumble. He made the inference using his hands that she had a little too much to drink. The group ...
... a group meal of dumplings that cost £1 each confirming we were well and truly ripped off in Dashilar on day 1. The next day were due to take an overnight train but still had almost a full day to get some more sightseeing it and by this time our feel were almost numb! We ventured out to the summer palace on the cities metro. The palace is pretty much a countryside extension of the forbidden city as it is where the emperor of the time would flee too in the summer heat. The park ...
... It was so close we had to shut the window in fear that a spark would come flying into our porch. Setting off fireworks so close to buildings would never be allowed in America, but it definitely should be. I was so awestruck.
The past few days it has been sunny with clear skies. This morning a foggy haze rests over the city, the aftermath of a night of frivolous celebration in ringing in the New Year. ...
... is hardly any lively life here. Once in a while we stop at a quiet town. Some of them with huge (empty) buildings, others a bit more busy. It is clear we are in the Gobi desert and apart from some mining there is not much going on.
The sun goes down on a clear sky, which gives us a very nice picture!
The border crossing is after dark. Customs guys enter the train and check your passports, they take them and we just ...