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Travel Blogs from Beijing
... night market with it’s bizarre food...
It ook me like 30min to get there and
once you get your head above ground it’s pretty straight forward. You follow
the busiest shopping street of Beijing and a few hundred metres further on your
left you enter a gate to a different world... according to the smell it must
have been worse than Di Yu ( ;) ) The smell was unbareable omg... I knew
Chinese peoplelike weird stuff, but ...
... oh, I am sorry..."misty") Olympic village and its vicious high way crossing. Let's just say many horns were involved. Surprisingly this year we have not had the onslaught of people asking to take pictures, but I do know that people keep touching us for luck like we're Blarney stones.
I realize all of the above is wrote, and uninteresting, because, of course, the question everyone wants ...
... we found ourselves lost and stranded in the middle of Beijing. A fellow traveller and I decide to take charge and lead ourselves across the vast regions of the city whilst I attempt to speak to people with a mixture of sign language and terrible Chinese. In the end we utilise a compass and our wits. Two hours later (at 4am) we find ourselves back at the hostel for a well-deserved rest.
Day two: 19/08/2012
Today I arise into the ...
... take the time to absorb the magnitude of it. Don’t just gaze at the surrounding vistas. Look down at the stones under your feet. Appreciate the time, the effort, and the history. Experience the Great Wall and you will never forget it.
So no matter which wall you choose, whether a paid tour on a rebuilt section or a dirt berm in a farmer’s field, I hope you get to the Great Wall someday and I hope you find it as remarkable as I have. ...
... the smog in this country tends to come down as far as the trees!). Some of them were really quite amazing but it was more interesting to note some of the trees they are trying to preserve. There are trees that are mostly dead and falling over and they have them propped up by these metal poles - I know they might be 800 years old but they are ugly and should be left alone to die in peace!
So the further ...