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... is jolly king (English translation of his name)!! He works for the government in Xian and speaks amazing English!! He is really nice and helping us out a lot. His wife loves English films and wants to come meet us while we are here in Xian. We have taken his email address. We have travelled across vast farm land. Looking back at Beijing it's just sooooo big!! You don't realise when you are in the city. We are now about half way through ...
... time left to hang out with my Chinese friends since it will probably be a very long time since I will come back to China. So weird to think about not seeing hutongs anymore. Beijing has been a home away from home for me this year. It has presented so many great adventures.
It is so hard to gasp that I will be leaving soon. However, I am beyond happy and grateful for everything. When my flight comes, I will get on the plane with a content attitude.
... Hilly road" lead down to the shore of the lake. There was quite a lot of wind
and the breeze felt good as it was surprisingly hot. I walked for about a km
till I reached the entrance of a Buddhist temple, which was located upon a
hill. Yes, more stairs, but well worth it if you ask me. The architecture of
those temples is simply amazing. They use a lot of red, blue and gold to
decorate the exterior. Inside the temple you could admire a lot of buddha
... toward common goals. We communicate the same through hand gestures and facial expressions and hold very similar moral.
Beijing is a home-away-from-home and I could not be more thankful for the experience. I've learnt a lot about myself as well as man-kind, the history of China as well as the world.
Don't worry my next blog won't be as serious - I'm going to try and play with some of the sights we've seen here :)