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Iedereen kent de Grote Muur en weet van het Terracotta Leger en dat zijn dan ook bij voorbaat de hoogtepunten van onze vakantie. Vandaag is echter een onverwacht hoogtepunt geworden door twee bijzondere plaatsen die wij aandoen: de Yungang grotten en de hangende tempel Xuankong si.
Eigenlijk zijn dit geen grotten …
... love to live in china but not in a prison cell!!
Luckily after I had the chance to calm down and a drink I felt better. Even in the q for the loo in Dico's a woman wanted to talk to me. I found it a little odd that when someone pushed in the q Chinese people look frustrated and give the person in question the evil eye but none will do like I did and say no you are not pushing in. I guess you can take the girl out of England but you ...
Day Six (November 1st) (Friday)
At four am, I opened my eyes because I heard rain drops. They were pouring down loudly with the strength of a lion. I closed my eyes and did not wake up until a couple hours later.
I walked down stair to eat breakfast. It was raining out heavily. My mind wanted to go back to Beijing at that moment since clearly we were not be able to do the original hike.
First thing ...
... at us. We got on the bus.
At a pit stop, I ate at the restaurant Justin recommended. I sat at his table by accident. He ordered extremely amazing food. I was able to speak with Kevin, one of the people in charge of my program, about why he decided to work for TBC (my program).
Following lunch, we drove to the Taihang Mountain. Right before we arrived, Justin revealed that there would be a ...
... temple we could squeeze in before leaving.
I should never joke about that around art history students.
It just so happened that there was a Daoist temple just a few blocks down the street, and everyone heading back on the Beijing train decided to go. Najung and I were not interested in being separated from the group, so we followed along and walked through the temple museum for about ...