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To start the morning off, we headed off for the Great Wall;
Juyong Pass… I slept like the whole two hour bus ride but was still very
excited, I’d brought my hat, sunscreen two bottles of water, my camera and
fruit. Yep I was ready to go…. As a full blown tourist. The weather in China at
the moment is continuously at 30 degrees and muggy so I wouldn’t call it good
walking weather but there was close to no smog ...
... the law to the assembled crowds. A enormous portrait of Chairman Mao hangs over the door of the central gate. Mao proclaimed the Peoples Republic of China from the top of Tiananmen Gate on 1-10-1949 as Beigingers cheered from the plaza below. 1989 saw the student riots which ended when the Government tanks rolled in. Ever since this CCTV monitors, People's Liberation Army soldiers and plain cloth agents in blue shirts and uniform sunglasses ensure ...
... speaking guide
First stop on your full-day tour north of Beijing is the Great Wall of
China, the greatest symbol of ancient Chinese engineering and one of the
world's most famous structures. Here at the Badaling section of the
Great Wall you will have the opportunity to climb either the north or
south face of the ...
... so you can just imagine how excited I was today!!! This was one of the top things on my bucket list so overall it was kind of a big deal and I'm so happy that I got to experience it with such great people. When we arrived in Beijing we had to take a few trains in order to get to our hostel so that we could drop off our bags and we were pleasantly surprised at how awesome the location is here so overall that should be great. After dropping our stuff off we headed ...
... Simon was incredible with his kung fu skills, which definitely made the performance. Simon organised and choreographed the performance, which he gave the theme 'Ancient Traditions to Modern Times'. The crowd also loved our dance at the end, which was a surprise change of pace for them from the slow, tai chi style we had just been doing. My friends Anne and Ida were in the audience, and I could see them standing up at the end, waving and cheering ...