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... says, "This is the no visitors area. Get out.". For the Aussies, note the sponsor at the bottom of the sign. We have to hike up to just over 1,000m through the bush below the wall. Sadly, and gladly, Henry gives us the option to take the long way with the "amazing views with goosebumps" or the shorter way. The oldest person in the group gets to choose. That's me so goosebumps it is. I'm glad of my decision as ...
... There we met a two-year-old boy who took a fancy to Saxon and Paris, calling out to them and trying to show them his Kung fu moves! The boy and his grandmother walked with us to our bus. We went back to the hotel where the students had organised a 24 tournament. Then off to dinner, followed by cold rock ice cream. This is the last of our action-packed sight seeing days in Beijing. Suzhou ...
... leading up to the entrance to the very "tourist orientated" Badaling Section of "The Great Wall." A more polar opposite to the laconic Mutianyu section to the North couldn't be found, I'm sure. I reflected on the leisurely cable car ride to reach the wall at Mutianyu, where we joined a few people who straggled along climbing the tricky uneven steps. At the top we praised ourselves at our achievement and ...
... practice for people to go to Ikea and sleep on the beds, couches, and chairs. People bring food and set up lunch in the display kitchens and dining rooms. I even saw 2 girls giving each other manicures in one of the model bedrooms.....fascinating and hilarious!
I spent Sunday checking out the new neighborhood and went to my first yoga class at a yoga studio about 2 minutes from the apartment. Later ...
... year, most of whom graduated this weekend, where the Ambassador to China Gary Locke gave the honorary speech. I decided to skip graduation weekend as there were many families in town, and many goodbyes being said.
While in Nanjing, I got to check out my friend's new restaurant, which will open this week. She is from Mexico, and is opening an authentic Mexican restaurant in a prime location in Nanjing (check out Valencia's if you are in town!). As ...