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Travel Blogs from Beijing
... it at the time but being surrounded by forests made me feel 'hemmed in'. Just turned a corner and there's a cluster (?) of 9 windfarms. Most of the new looking houses also have solar panels.
We only have a Transit Visa so we are not allowed to get of the train which is a bit of a pain as we are stopping at a few stations today.
We are using up the last of our food we have bought on route as its ...
... sharing our adventure.
Next up: in August, we’re heading off on another cruise, this time to the Baltic with friends from Essex we met on a previous cruise. Afterwards we’ll be staying with them, and they’ve promised to drive us around England for a tour of their favorite spots.
I may be doing another journal. If you’re interested in hearing more of our adventures, feel free to email me at: ...
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2 of our trip in Beijing started with us going to a place called the
Ming tombs. This is where the 13 different emperors of the Mind
dynasty were separately buried. Our tour guide, Andy, took us to the
largest one which also housed a small museum full of artifacts that
were dug up from one of the tombs. Our guide informed us that the
government decided they would only dig up one of the 13 tombs to
preserve their ancestors resting places. They ...
... friend in front. I found one quickly but not the other - down on all fours in the aisle looking for the missing shoe, I saw that my Chinese friend was wearing it! After politely asking him for it back, I returned to my seat and think Kate and I laughed pretty much right through until landing.
I was happy enough to get out of the old bucket. We cleared customs and got our bags quickly enough and were met by our tour guide Allison at arrivals who took ...