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... allowed to take your camera in but after visiting the rooms inside we come back out to take photos from the square in front of the impressive building. After this we will head to the nearbyRevolutionary Martyrs’ Cemetery – superb individually crafted bronze busts of the anti-Japanese heroes including one of Kim Jong Suk – the mother of Kim Jong Il. The cemetery was designed to overlook the city, giving the martyrs a view of the re-building of their country. ...
... some fun photos of us standing up on the wall, looking down at the valley below, and imagining how brutal the fighting would have been in this area. How fun to be able to stand in the same place where soldiers stood, protecting their citizens from attacks, over 2,000 years ago!
We took the lazy way down from the wall (the cable car saves 500+ stairs) and enjoyed the tourist market that lines both sides of the path as ...
This past first week has been the most difficult in my life, and it has been the best in my life. Everything about China is a challenge. It's a challenge to cross the street. It's a challenge to go to the bathroom. It's a challenge to breathe. But every time I cross the street without being hit by a bus or a donkey cart, every time I see a glimpse of blue sky, I feel an incredible sense of accomplishment. I feel empowered. I'm so proud of the miles I have traveled ...
... to do that over paying for an organised trip.
A few Great Wall facts for you! :o)
The first building of the Great Wall of China began over 2,000 years ago under the direction of Emperor Qin Shi Yuan of the Qin Dynasty, with a view to protecting the central China states from invasion from northern tribes such as the Huns. Contrary to popular belief, the Great Wall, which spans 13,170 miles; is not a continuous wall, but ...
... better than going to any museum. We sampled food, we tried places that I never would have imagined stepping into, Noah tried his hand at negotiating…we ate and we enjoyed it all. It was a completely exotic experience.
· Old City Walls – Xi’an is encircled by large city walls (fully restored, mind you), as was the case with many Chinese cities. It was meant to protect the wealthy from the rest of ...