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... t get the door opened for the life of us. We tried for nearly thirty minutes and were so determined to open the door but we resorted to going to the front desk where the woman didn't really believe us as she took our key and just shuffled around some paper and then gave it back to us. We tried again, but no luck so we called another girl who came up and opened it on the first try. We were actually just laughing to whole time at how ...
... off at the fourth which is Kaeson (Triumphant Return). A total of 6 stations. A great chance to have interaction with the locals if you are prepared to learn basic greetings in Korean- and if you meet students get them to greet you in English! We then take a 2.5 hr drive south to Kaesong, an historical city near theDMZ which avoided being destroyed in the Korean War as it was chosen as the place for armistice talks. There is a service station halfway where we will stop for a ...
... almost all the world's souvenir production, a market they’ve pursued for 30 years. They have so much revenue from Italian souvenirs that Berlusconi made them promise to hire only Italian shopkeepers trying to retain some of the cash flow.
Beijing is basking in China's urbanization, surfing the wave of its revenue. 52 percent now living in cities, up from 17.9 percent in 1978 and targeted for 60% by 2025. That’s a lot of ...
A trip to China would not be complete without a day spent at the Great Wall of China. So on Tuesday, we woke up real early and marched (half-asleep) to our little tour bus and set out for the Great Wall at 7 a.m.! Our driver wanted to leave extra early in hopes of beating some of the Beijing morning rush hour traffic. (The traffic here is unbelievable. But I suppose that's unavoidable when 30,000,000 people live in one ...
... steep and often unknown fee upon fee as we progressed through sites) to every temple, garden, museum, etcetera to the ever-present hawkers of tacky goods at every point, including shops set up in temples, to the Disney-esque Great Wall tourists sights replete with gondolas up and alpine slides down. Irksome also is the two tier pricing system for Chinese on the one hand and extra-nationals on the other. We lost a few hours when ...