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... the north gate.
Being an exceptionally poor air quality day, I wanted to get Sebastian back indoors. His cough was beginning to take shape. Finding cabs in Beijing is no easy feat. We enlisted a local hotel to help us flag some down, and 20+ minutes later we got one. I'm pretty sure our cabby was stoned and did not have any working A/C. His car felt like the little engine that could, and I was having some doubts we would make it. I enlisted my handy Mickey Mouse surgical ...
... areas and small towns and villages. We will stop at several spots to take photos of the beautiful scenery. The drive will take around 2.5 hrs. Wonsan (population around 400,000) is a major port on the east coast and is also famous to Koreans for being the place that Kim Il Sung first stepped onto the soil of a liberated Korea in 1945 – he sailed there from Russia. Wonsan also used to be the only direct transportation link between the DPRK and Japan as it is where ...
... on the turkey. It was good! I may have had 4 plates of food... I am so grateful to the hands that prepared our meal and provided a Thanksgiving meal to us YSA's who have no where to go. Also, it was a really neat experience to be able to share Thanksgiving with people from other countries like the United Kingdom, South Korea, and Taiwan (also my new Canadian friends but they celebrate Thanksgiving too. Who knew?). I think they loved it. I mean, how could you not?
On Monday ...
... of Route Books, and a detailed Map Book, along with retrieving their Garmin GPS units, which overnight were loaded with the strings of waypoints for the coming days.
There are some seriously old cars here - the Model T-Ford of Nicky Bailey is the oldest, but perhaps looks the simplest and easiest to request running repairs
from a Mongolian road-side blacksmithís hut. The noise of the 14 litres of Zeppelin aero-engine ...
Met the crew last night... Like the first day of school trying to remember names and what you know about each person! Some great people and some **** people as it always goes but we think we got a pretty good group. Up this morning and we all met in the lobby for our tour of the hutongs. The original china, winding alleyways and traditional entrances! Plenty of photo opportunities as we saw some of the real people of china going ...