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We finally climbed the Great Wall today and it was well worth the wait!!! The Jingshanling section of the wall is about a 2 hour drive from Beijing so there were very few tourists. That in itself was worth the extra time and money we spent to get there. This section has not seen much restoration so to us, it was even more beautiful. I am still in awe of being on this iconic ancient structure. It was surreal to finally be there and I am truly honoured to have had the opportunity.
Funny night out on party street. After walking round for ages and finding out where all the embassies are instead (might be handy to know), we eventually found our way to party street. Lots of young Chinese up for a party and expats looking for a drink in bars that served great measures very cheaply. Had a funny dance in a club at the end if the night where many of Chinese men thought they knew how to rap along to Jay-z even though they didn't speak English ...
... gowns who each led me down a different
corridor. Eventually we arrived at a huge room, (Duck Central ?) A new dressing
gown barked “read the menu!” and slapped me over the head (accidentally I
think) with a copy of War and Peace in Mandarin. I really should’ve taken a
picture of the menu but I was concussed. Flicking, dazed through the tome I
came to the end, eventually and the last few pages of shark fin ...
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No rest for the wicked; after the forum we attended a site tour and dinner hosted by Conrad Beijing. The hotel is brand new, having just opened two months ago. It provided quite a contrast to Shangri-La China World’s traditional architecture and styling. The Conrad is sleek and ...
... understanding would have been half of what it was if not for the signs! Watching the signs was interesting, because there were a handful of words I recognized from Chinese class. I still had to lean over an ask Jenn's language partner a handful of times what was going on or what a certain phrase meant, but it was definitely cool to see that my study here is paying off.
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