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... waving Chinese flags, and massive, ornate lamps (familiar-looking from photos in 1989), each one packed full of security cameras. Eventually, we were standing right on the north-south axis of, not just Tiananmen Square, but the entire city of Beijing.
We walked a little further to the east near the Beijing Hotel to hail a cab. I later discovered the famous "tank man" photographs were all taken from the balconies of this hotel. The cab we eventually hailed was at ...
... rickshaws to a pretty Beijing home, where a wealthy family lived. This little old man, whose father bought the home long ago for two silver coins, told us that he had run away from his northern village to come to Beijing when the Japanese army poisoned their well. The family also had little cages for their crickets.
The Temple of Heaven was beautiful, but I could feel my jet lag start to kick ...
... you do! Educational blogs are the best!) and staring at the window. The incredible speed is hard to explain in words..entire fields literally go by in less than 5 seconds, and yet there is no bumps, no problems, nothing. Truly amazing.
We reached Beijing at around 6 o clock, getting off and following every one else. As we got to near the exit, we encountered what the guide book told us was common-semi-legal and even ...
... but it was a pretty neat to experience. People were all around us praying to the Buddha and having deep spiritual moments.
After making it to the top, which overlooked a breathtaking lake, we made our way down and to a “garden within the garden”. We walked through the woods on the Summer Palace grounds to get to this quaint, absolutely beautiful garden. The center was a pond, surrounded by willow trees and traditional buildings. ...
Today I woke early around 6am... (Still not completely sorted with the sleeping pattern) and waited for Craig to wake up, an hour or so later and we then got up for a lovely free breakfast provided by the hostel. We had various buns and biscuits, toast, juice, coffees and teas all of which were yummy! Bob the hostel owner had lots of advice for us about how to plan out our day and we booked a driver for the Great Wall and also to see the Chinese ...