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Travel Blogs from Beijing
... sending the blog link to the church
family so others can follow along if they want. I know I missed the
Thursday email list but would you mind sharing at church on Sunday.
Thanks everyone for journeying with
us. Tomorrow's adventure will be the Great Wall. Something I've always
wanted to see as little boy and now it's finally coming true.
Daniel, Lorilee, Hailey, Olivia, and Jaden ...
... our way back out to the road. We had trouble getting a cab so Jason suggested we hop on a bus for a few stops, which we did, hopping off down the road and finally getting a taxi.
Dinner with the work crew was a fun and raucous affair. Many of us were hanging out for Beijing duck. Our fabulous fixer ordered an excellent selection if dishes to accompany our crispy quackers - which were seriously delicious - and drink and ...
... a par with our experience at Jinshanling, but it was quite a smoggy day, so the views weren't as good. I think that we got very lucky with our day at Jinshanling. We hiked along the slightly precarious, crumbling wall through the undergrowth towards a series of watchtowers in various states of disrepair and marvelled at how quiet everything was, despite being so close to the second largest tourist spot on the wall. It was an amazing experience to walk along such a dilapidated ...
... a simpler time in Beijing. Within minutes you are time warped to the early days of Chinese life. Very interesting until you get to the shoppes. Well, the shopping proved worth it. I bought a lot of Christmas gifts for my family here for great prices. Back on the rickshaw and we were taken to this family's home where she prepared lunch for us. Probably one of the best meals we had here.
After the hutong, we went over to the Drum and ...
... you from home town know how some young men like to have their pnts to their knees well... This is different. The Chinese boys and/or men dress nice except for the occasional older man who has been working in the dirt all day. Anyway, so the underwear I saw today was from an expat a very tall expat. He was rolling past me when I looked and it is then I saw his oh so cute baby blue boxers with pink accents, I had to laugh and I did, loudly. Almost peeed my pants. To be ...