Jinjiang Fuyuan Hotel
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... with us. And lest I forget, there is the famous Peking duck not to be missed (we had it twice). It is the differences that make the difference when traveling. In the background right now as I write this there is a man in the street screaming the same phase over and over at the top of his lungs. He may be calling out for scrap cardboard or selling a few vegetables, it is likely something to do with commerce and making one's way through life.
... the Great Wall. Most of the guys, and Skylar chose the left side and a few of them actually reached the top.
All the way up and down the wall people were taking pictures of us and wanting us to take pictures with them. The weather was overcast and hot. It is definitely a trial and I can't imagine in olden times carrying supplies up these mountains. Don't forget anything or you would be in trouble!
You cannot see the ...
... a wall. It was decided that I’d walked into a wall as a young child. Attention turned to my ears. These are too big apparently. Finally after analysing my skin tone (and me repeatedly removing the old guy’s wife’s hands from my thigh) someone decided it was tea-time. We all settled down to drink green tea, slightly interrupted when one guy decided it would be a hilarious joke to pretend to rob me. I laughed uncomfortably and resolved to track down the train ...
... Satisfied and VERY full, we (daringly) returned back to the
stick street to soak in some more of the night vibe and explore another narrow
I was feeling quite invigorated, but Robs hit a wall, so we came
back to the hotel and prepared for an exciting day touring Beijing :)
P.S. Scorpion eating video to come once we're allowed to use youtube (just one of the sites, like facebook, this lovely communist country has banned).
... hay. The wonderful Kris Phillips had organized a tour for the next day going to Tiananmen square, Forbidden City and Great Wall leaving at 9am, but Steve reluctantly decided we should stay and see EP in morning as she may want to change Hotels, (which would mean me moving too), and maybe we could catch up the tour after lunch. Gutted.... I had to say "that's fine, we need to have the boss happy". Which is true and what I'm here for!!! And now Abraham was nowhere to be seen. ...