Chateau de Luze
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... and enjoyed a free hostel style breakfast. This meant, cook your own eggs, help yourself to toast/cereal and wash up. This arrangement suited us fine, we were happy for food. We stored our bags with the grumpy man, David patted the dog and we set out into the Chilly Seoul air (-2deg was bitter). David had planned today's walking route, first to the underground. We stopped in the main town and walked to Ssamzie-gil, the spiralled shopping place. It was a ...
So we slept for 10 hours which was absolutely lovely. Hopefully catching up on the hours we missed over the past month. You are given sterilised flip flops in your room. We read about it and it turns out a lot of people get cuts and infected feet whilst showering so we are now using them. Only problem is they are both size 6 so Noel's massive feet barely fit in them which is funny. We got some melon on the street today it was lovely for breakfast. We then ...
... can see crawling creatures burned up to feast people stomach. Crazy! I ain't trying that; the look of the shops are very intimidating; I love taking pictures here.
Some other things that love about Beijing is the food. There is no secret about Chinese food. Everyone loves it. But I love the Peking Duck more. We tried Quanjude Restaurant; a little pricy; but the juicy duck skin melting in your mouth makes it worth every penny.
... Wall. It really is impressive, spanning for as far as the eye can see. It was apparently 8000km in length at its peak, but today only a few sections remain. The section we visited is a bit further away from Beijing and less crowded. We caught a ski lift to the top of the wall, and walked. The wall is built on the very top of a mountain range, so creating a very imposing obstacle for invaders, It was really built to keep the Mongols out. The wall is perhaps 10m high, so not ...
... all going off at about the same time. It was pretty wonderful, and I will try to get the video to work so I can show you the view from the top (the very top) of my building. It was a sea of fireworks, explosions and noise.
The interns threw a party and red was the colour of the night. It was a blast until the plumbing was made into an issue. Then part of the party moved back to my shared apartment. The night ended with a hang out session with music ...