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... brought up with them. The clouds cleared and we got some beautiful views of the stars including one very bright planet (Saturn?). The next morning it had stayed clear and so, after a good 4 hours sleep, we were up for sunrise and more spectacular views. The wall was definitely one of the best things I've done, especially as it came so close to being utterly ruined by the weather.On the way back to Beijing we stopped briefly at the Olympic park before everybody went to ...
... move over Russia the time is changing but all Trains in Russia travel on Moscow time no matter what. I felt like I only shut my eyes and the sun was up.
I tossed and turned all night. That was alongside rolling about and moving up and down with the movement of the train. And the brakes being hammered on.
Think I will give the beer a miss now. Up 3 times, to the loo last night. Don’t think ...
... interesting to see, and some steep scary climbs! We had a good girlie gossip along the way too. Andy, having an aversion to the Great Wall (see Karl Pilkington, an Idiot Abroad!!!) preferred the option of staying in the city to go to one of the breweries for an all you can drink offer! We both enjoyed ourselves, that's the main thing! Now you know we do well for free things, this week was no exception, the magazines have been a little void of competitions for a while, but on ...
... swear I did but can’t picture them in my mind) so I was excited for this part of the tour. We just took pictures outside of the stadiums, but it was super neat to think about the world’s greatest athletes being here just a few years back. That kind of thing gives me goose bumps! They’re building a new statute/ building of some sort that looks like the holders of the Olympic flame, which I didn’t realize wasn’t finished until my tour guide ...
... offered to show me the way from the apartment to Peking University's campus. At the bus station a block down the street, he pointed to three information signs. "Ba shi ba, san shi ba, er shi er -- dou keyi," he said, making sure I understood. You can take bus 88, 38, or 22. I nodded."Dui," I said. Gotcha.
When we boarded bus 22, I made sure to stand near the front. I wanted to see out the windshield and watch Beijing traffic. Even at ...
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