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... you got the hang of it it became second nature. I was intrigued that Gatorade over in Shanghai only cost one Australian dollar. I also bought Pringles takeoffs which were just under $2. After two hours of tedious patience, we finally boarded the aeroplane that would take us to Beijing. It was scheduled to depart at 9:10pm yet it the aeroplane was about 30 minutes late. On this trip I slept majority of the way, there was no T.V screen to ...
... lit up with NO crowds. Today it was crazy full and it was quite a thought provoked to try to get into the mind of Mao. The people were lined up forever to see his remains. FORBIDDEN CITY! ABSOLUTELY POSITIVELY AMAZING!!!! I wish I could have spent a week here instead of a couple of hours! Absolutely one of the great wonders of the world. Anyone that comes to China must do the big touristy things! I was blown away. We had dome issues with our ...
... the tourist sites of Beijing.
Our guide Kevin brought us on foot through the city to a small, out of the way restaurant.
Birdcages hung from the ceiling, surrounding an open-air courtyard. Thankfully, Kevin took us into a dining area that was off to the side, enclosed, and more importantly, air-conditioned. The heat is a thick thing. It was here that we had our first encounter with Peking Duck, the skin of which ...
I never thought that in my lifetime I would ever get to walk on the Great Wall of China. I have seen pictures, heard stories, watched Mulan, but none of those would even begin to describe what it was like. The sheer size, the resplendence, and the amount of energy it takes to climb it! Geez I am out of shape. Connor and I walked about a mile, almost all the way uphill because it is built along a beautiful but very steep ...
... a chunky 6 year old and again by a 4'11" grandmother. What, you may ask we're they muscling past me to see? Well on most occasions the unlit interior of a concubines quarters that looks like it hadn't been dusted since the last Emperor fled the city in the 20's. Although Sarah's appetite for this type of thing is far less than mine, we both concluded that the visit had been well worth it, even though the experience would have been 10 times better with half the people. After ...