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... that this was not the highest point at all as that lay about a thousand meters further ahead. Being the stubborn bugger I am I cracked on and did actually reach the highest point, bright red, minus about a litre of sweat and gasping like a fish on the river bank. Gorgeous.From the top I was literally in the clouds and so visibility was poor however it gave an idea of the magnitude of building this stupendously long wall, all by hand, at the top of ...
... up, but I did not say sorry after every error I made.
Chinese is a very tough language for me to learn. Despite struggling, I still love learning it! The toughness makes me want to work harder to master it. Drawing the characters is my favorite part because I feel that I am being artsy for once. Speaking it is still scary for me, but I need to get over my fear and try to apply it in my life.
Oh yeah, last night my tutor gave me my Chinese name. It is ...
... me to the post office and we jumped on his mate's electric scooter which he drove like a madman the wrong way down major traffic filled boulevards and pedestrian packed walkways - but he had the horn which was practically permanently on. An experience in itself.
Back at the hotel, I had arranged to meet Iris, a work colleague who runs our recently opened Beijing office. It was great to meet her, especially getting to meet a local - she gave some ...
... and huge museums, including Chairman Mao's Mausoleum, the Monument to the People's Heroes, and the Great Hall of the people - home of the National People's Conress. Visit the Forbidden City. Lunch at a local restaurant followed by a visit to Panda at Beijing Zoo. In the afternoon, you tour the idyllic Summer Palace with its sprawling encampment of temples, pavilions and the 728 yard Long Corridor. Later ...
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Wonderful and auspicious stay at this fine hotel in Beijing.
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