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... the mist prevented brilliant views but the peace made up for it. The wall is an impressive structure but truth be told after walking along it, up and down steps, for an hour or so you have got about as much as you can out of it and the lure of coffee in Subway so we returned on the cable car and enjoyed our Western beverage to the multi decibel sound track of the Bee Gees. From here we made our way back towards Beijing via the Olympic Park, shrouded in mist and ...
... out towards the end of the afternoon to see some of the shops and ended up coming across a real police incident. Someone had climb out onto the roof of one of the shops, a 10 or 12 storey building, and the police had cordoned off part of the street whilst they tried to talk them down. Thankfully as we came back we saw the person climb back off the roof. The saddest part was that most people watching where also filming on their phones, for what purpose I leave that for you to ...
... in as many pictures in the background as possible. Seeing as we were the only foreigners in the entire square at the time (pretty amazing) I am fairly confident come 2 weeks from now I will probably be sitting on several random Chinese mantle pieces striking a dragon pose. On a different note, the smog was back in full and after about an hour of walking my eyes started itching and an irritation in my lungs when I breathed deeply ...
... reaching 24 degrees by the end of the week. It’s weird packing & getting the summer stuff back out, but very lovely!!
So, our next blog will be full of tales from Hong Kong!!!
Great speaking to Mum & Dad on Skype this week, and to Barbara too, and Sarah Hiney for 2 & a half hours….. wow!! Also to Lou G – thank you all, you’ve stopped me from going mad by being stuck between 4 walls for so long!!
Take care, and bye for now!!