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- Wheelchair accessibility
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I arrived in Beijing to massive smog. Apparently, the warning level is at it's 2nd highest level. You could hardly see 400 metres in front of you. Beijing train station was a bit of a nightmare. I didn't have any chinese money but I did have Mongolian money left over that would last me until tomorrow but I tried to change it into ...
Today we left early (8.00) to visit the jade factory, the roads were very busy and took a long time to get through the traffic, We were given a tour of the jade factory which was interesting. There is many different colours of jade, just not green. The budda has four special points, rub the head, wisdom, belly - happiness, ear lobe - long jevity, hand - luck. The Great Wall was unexpectedly so steep. It was very smoggy,cool and looking like rain, probably the best type ...
... water flask & little slippers in plastic bags.....bless......they're not going to fit Ian though. It is 100% cleaner and much better facilities than the Trans Mongolian. Beijing has been absolutely amazing I have loved it, the people are lovely, friendly, helpful and courteous. Lauren would love it. The only thing I would like to change is their animal welfare & conservation habits which I hope will come, living things on sticks waiting to ...
... I might have a little more luck on my travels. The second coin fell to the ground so I continued on through the temple. I was through the temple in about 20 mins and found the exit. Because of the amount of people in the area going to the temple, the police had about 4 city blocks barricaded off, so I had to walk around the blockades to get to the nearest subway station. I walked for over half an hour in a big circle to basically get back to where I had ...
... that turn up. It had been advertised on the bar website as well as the charity, and amazingly 62 people turned up! We kept having to ask for more tables, more chairs, some people who turned up rather too late were even turned away. We couldn’t have imagined it being that successful. Andy was the technical guy for the night, and guess what…. I was the gobby one doing the talking, and being quizmaster!!! A little nerve wracking to begin with but soon got in ...