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Our hostel offered a pretty affordable tour to the Great wall. We went with two of our buddies from the Tran Siberian Railway. We were almost run over on our way to the bus while crossing the street from our hostel XD.
The section of the wall we went to visit is called Mutianyu. Apparently it is one of the easier sections to walk, but we still found it pretty challenging. The hardest part was the unevenness of the steps. I was so focussed on the ground for ...
... thanks Michael, Anthony and Mindy.....my new earrings are beautiful!) Tour of the Ming Tomb (OMG there were more stairs) Peking Duck dinner Acrobat and Opera show Birthday Cake from Howard...complete with hat, candles and song What a day. What a life. And inspired by the inscription of ..."Young Forever......" on my birthday cake....we will do it all again tomorrow. Today's pedometer reading: 14 290 (with an UP THE STAIRS factor that needs to be added) Temperature; 28 ...
... what one item was and if i had wechatted quicker to my lovely Chinese friend in Auckland sooner we would have learnt that the very scary looking item on the menu was MUSHROOMS!! I have spoken various forms of English for nearly 40 years and I have yet to ever see these words!!
The drum tower was definitely worth the walk but my god running up the steep stairs to see what the drumming noise was about nigh on killed me! Bugger carrying a ruddy great bid drum ...
... including the tallest Buddha in the world. I don't have any pictures of the bigger Buddha statues because they were inside prayer buildings and no cameras were allowed inside. The tallest Buddha was about 4 stories tall and made of copper painted gold. It was really impressive to see. Honestly, it left me a bit speechless to see it. I did not imagine the statue would be anywhere near that large. The temple grounds were quite green and had many trees planted ...
... he panicked. As one of the manageresses all dressed in black went to change her outfit, the rest of them gave Jack a wide bearth for the rest of the breakfast.
It was good to clear the breakfast room and board the minivan for our long anticipated trip to the Great Wall, on a sunnyday with blue skies - a rarity in Beijing I'm told. As I suspected, we weren't the only ones with the idea to take a trip there today but there were no queues as we made our ...
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