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Well, it went way too fast. I can't believe it's our last night in Beijing. We all had an amazing time and we all have lots of memories to keep forever..even for me. Sean and I are busy putting our suitcases together over a bottle or two of wine. So far only one fight.
Over dinner, the whole family said out loud our favourite things before eating, a sort of thanks for such a great summer. Cate said her favourite thing was riding a ...
So, the grand Silk Road tour begins. I am joining a group through Intrepid Travel to go from Beijing to Moscow. There are about 7 of us, all Australians except for me, and the guide who is Lithuanian. It is so weird to all of a sudden be in China. It feels the same and different all at once compared to 20 years ago. More cars and less bikes. More ...
... so you can just imagine how excited I was today!!! This was one of the top things on my bucket list so overall it was kind of a big deal and I'm so happy that I got to experience it with such great people. When we arrived in Beijing we had to take a few trains in order to get to our hostel so that we could drop off our bags and we were pleasantly surprised at how awesome the location is here so overall that should be great. After dropping our stuff off we headed ...
... for the last day, because it was fairly close and we both had to go out on our trains for home that early evening and the metro ride was about an hour. So we headed in and again were surprised by the MASSIVENESS of the temple grounds and honestly- the lameness haha. I mean the temple itself was gorgeous of course, but idk- maybe it’s FINALLY HAPPENED and I’m templed-out ha. But it was nice and…well...check check check on the list and off we went to load up ...
... and my heart jumped. I'm here again! I recognize this! I was also excited to hike the wall with my friends and share this experience with them. Once the buses parked, the teachers led us to the bottom of the mountain and gave us our tickets and the time for when we had to be back. We could either pay extra to take the gondola to the top or walk the stairs. The majority of us took the stairs, and the stairs were the same as Mang Mountain--steep and many! We ...