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... and gorgeous glazed azure roof that symbolize the color of heaven. Built without a single nail, this 129 foot high structure is fixed by four inner pillars representing the seasons, and two sets of 12 columns denote the mouths and the traditional Chinese division of a day. There many other striking buildings on the Temple site.
We next visited the Beijing Zoo to observe the giant pandas which are officially considered national treasures by the Chinese government ...
... expertly weaved a route through, even at one point shouting at a road worker and moving the cones to jump the queue. I like Mr Wong. Let's call him Mr Wong anyway. Swiftly through souvenir street there's a large queue today as the forbidden city is shut on a Monday. We're soon on the bubble lift and on the ancient structure that is the Great Wall of china ! Did you know you can see space ...
... me since it's taken me years to get comfortable negotiating in countries where that's the norm.
There were a good number of people climbing up the wall, which looked very strenuous given the steepness of several sections of the wall and the elevation of the top towers. Again, I was glad we had taken the gondola. After taking time to walk around a bit and take all our pictures, we took the gondola back down the hill and walked through the shops and ...
... spending some time on the concrete and stone of the temple grounds, we were glad to gain the shade of the trees and softer pathways as we made our way out towards the western gate and back to our hotel, somewhat hot and weary and looking forward to a shower.
We left our hotel at 1:30pm for the airport and the long flight home with a short stop over in Bangkok. And so ended our latest adventure.
... enjoyed the free flow wine. Very entertaning, we knew one of the boxers, Karl who is the manager of our local Irish bar, Paddy's, so we cheered him on - and he won. It was a great atmosphere. The evening finished around 11pm, and the after party was at Spark again so we went there for an hour or so before retiring. I decided whilst watching the boxing that I would quite like to give it a go next time, more so for the training more than anything else, and something to kick start ...