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Today was supposed to be a partially free day but we all opted to do a wholly escorted tour day and have a completely free last day tomorrow. Our lovely tour guide Ken,built another lovely day fully action packed. The Beijing Olympic village was not on the itinerary but he made it happen for us just another amazing experience to add to the list! What a wonderful ...
... more English than we did Mandarin.
Following an extremely agreeable nap, I accompanied Matt and Jia to the dining car- which, to heap convenience upon convenience, was adjacent to ours. The Australian had already displayed his prowess at the border; here he evolved further into our hero, our saviour; every meal on that train, without his (metaphorical) spoon feeding, would have been rendered inedible by the large gastric ulcer that one would have ...
... jump on sightseeing in the morning. I woke up a few more times but in each case, rapidly fell back to sleep before I knew what had hit me.
At last, I pulled myself out of bed at 8:52 p.m. Sunday evening, completely disoriented. Where am I? Did I really just sleep almost 26 hours? I looked outside. Yep, it’s dark. I checked a few more clocks to make sure I had the time right. I did. Yikes.
... it to the end where we came across a 'no entry' sign, and of course the boys wanted to ignore this and carry on - so we did! We tackled through bushes and I can honestly hold up my hands and say 'I nearly fell off the Great Wall of china!' Ha ha - clumsy me stumbled and knocked a rock and held onto the 1 foot high wall I ...
... go being thrown into this situation.
I had forgotten how busy the traffic is here, and on my first day today, I found myself in the middle of the mayhem. Making sure to look both left and right before I crossed, I had not considered that I would have to watch out for cars on the footpath. Apparently, you do. Traffic lights also seem to be more of a guide rather than a rule.
My dad's friend Ian has lived in Beijing for the past few ...