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... with views over the old walled city, where we can identify the main streets, the wall, the gate towers, and the general area of our hotel. To the west we can see to the mountains, east to the sea coast with port facilities and a forest of high rise towers, and south to the major city of Quinhuangdao, where we will go this afternoon if we are feeling powerful enough, to hopefully get tickets for tomorrow's bus to Chengde. We have to descend a fair way into a ravine ...
Jessica, the CLO at the centre got us a driver to take us to Dragon's Head, Qinhuangdao, where the Great Wall goes onto the sea. We left at 7am and got there at 12.30. The Dragon's Head is actually at Lanlongtuo. We drove through Qinhuangdao which is a bit 'back of beyond' and then arrived at an area they are developing into what looks like it will be a huge seaside / holiday home resort. The Dragon's Head is the part of the Great Wall which us built into the sea, ...
On saturday morning we took the D-train out to the coast to see where the Great Wall ends, or begins. On the sunday we got on a chartered bus to visit a less touristy place at Dongjiakou. That was a great experience, the wall is not restored and some parts you could hardly see it. We finnished that daytrip with a late lunch in the local guesthouse, very nice once again. ...
After a short morning we caught a taxi to the train station. I was so happy that we were going on a bullet train for the second time. It's not the fastest train in china but it still goes 160 kmh. It's really annoying that nobody speaks English. It's also annoying that we have to sit on a train for two hours but I'm grateful that we're not on a slower train. After a long time I think my sister has fallen asleep. Now I'm waiting for the rest of my trip to ...
... quiet with no normal clatter of train tracks. Must admit I did not take in much of the scenery as busy trying to capture some of the things we have done here! Arriving at qinhuangdao was a shock. I was expecting a tiny coastal town. Duh! This is china you dork, with a population of how many! Anyway my tiny coastal town has a population of 3 million so is roughly 3 times the size of Auckland although crammed ...