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I thought I'd update you all quickly on the last few days...sorry no pictures today. Hopefully tomorrow.
hard to believe that we are over half way through our trip and in the
back of my mind the count down has started. Part of me is really looking
forward to returning home, but there is a part that is thoroughly
enjoying this and could be very content to stay here.
have spent the ...
... to climb 1440 steps!!! Had a lovely stroll/climb along the Great Wall, taking a few Great Wall #selfies. We then got down the wall in the best way possible with a trip down the toboggan slide all the way, crazy!!! Great day. Night out tonight in party street then out for our last day in beijing tomorrow with trip to largest Buddhist temple in the world and a trip inside the forbidden city... ...
After enjoying our first trip to the wall so much, we decided to go again. We got up early to catch the 916 express bus to Huairou. At Huairou, we were hoping to catch a taxi to Mutianyu, a slightly more touristy section of the wall, but one that was easy for us to get to independently. We caught the subway to Dongzihmen and had one of the delicious pancake breakfast snacks that they do there before heading to the bus stop. As we approached the bus stop, a lady approached us asking ...
... She loved it. My boyfriend got his oldest nephew the same thing too. We had a quick lunch and we were off to the Great Wall. Higher up the mountains we drove. Evidence of a recent snow fall remained on the ground. The dusting of snow made the scenery extra special for me. Typically, you see pictures of The Great Wall in summer when the land is lush. But when it snows, it's really serene. We finally arrived at the gates of The Great ...
... some of China's major cities over the past decade. Like most, this is a private school, that was set up by the Red Cross Foundation and survives largely as a result of its fee paying student population. There are two sections of the school, both very distinct from one another. The more financially lucrative section is the International section, from K-12, comprising of students whose parents are willing to pay ...
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