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... as always, we have fallen short. Lucky we decided not to go to Datong nor to the Wutaisan Monastery. We will think of going there when the fast train is available. I read that China already has an infrastructure of fast trains larger than the rest of the world together.
We have seen Steven twice. He is such a nice person and we are getting closer now that we know him a bit better. One day, he took us to ...
... and every place is something special. Tiananmen Square,Fforbidden City, Silk Factory, Olympic Village, Great
Wall, Jade Factory, and Kung Fu performance just capture the essence of the city.
Lanie M: The past three days have been incredible. We've done so many amazing things I honestly don't know where to start. But my favorite thing we've done so far was the Great Wall, despite how many steep, uneven, and stupid stairs we had to climb. The forbidden city on ...
... elements found around (wood, water, sand, soil) and of course no machinery, just pure human strength. As a result, many people died during the construction. Still, the earliest part of the wall survived almost 2000 years, an incredible achievement. The original function of the wall was indeed to protect what was to be found inside it (ie, China's cities and treasures) and that in itself can be called a failure as an army would more or less easily be able to get ...
Today in Beijing was a smoggy day. Not ideal when a visit to the Great Wall of China is planned. We had looked at booking a tour to make it easier for ourselves (its really hard working everything our for yourself every second of the day) but 1 - the tour desk in our hotel really didnt want to talk to us and we decided they might not book us on an English language tour anyway and 2 - Chris found info on 'Man in Seat 61' site that told us everything we needed ...
... the market sellers shouting a mixture of languages trying to entice you. There's snake, scorpion, crickets, starfish (all those I tried) plus others such as baby shark, sheep's penis, giant spiders and more. Got a cricket leg stuck under my tongue for a while which was pretty gross! The cricket and scorpion didn't taste too bad to be honest, though the snake was really rubbery and the starfish was pretty poo (chocolate starfish maybe?). All the tourists are in awe of ...
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