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... it), I really feel bad for its residents. Wanting to ditch the bad air ASAP, I made a quick stop at the "Gate of Heavenly Peace" before heading to the Beijing West Railway Station, the largest in Asia. My plan was to catch an overnight train to Xi'an. If you are planning to travel around China by train, I would HIGHLY recommend buying your tickets as far in advance as possible. Many trains fill up days in advance, and the last thing you want is to be standing for a 12 ...
... watchtower number 18 to the highest, number 23 (in fact we walked to 28).
We were told this part of the wall was around 600 years old, so not the oldest part, but it was still incredible. It's in amongst the mountains so the wall is very windy and at some points very steep to climb. Im not even kidding when I say its the coldest ive probably ever been... The photos tell a different story with the glorious sunshine but even with that it must have ...
... had really grown and developed in confidence as well as skill. On letting them go, I know they all have really bright futures ahead of them (sorry, sounding soppy now, I'll stop).
But the past week has not just been about the teaching. We've seized every opportunity to see as much of Beijing as possible. We've been on evening outings to Tienanmen Square and the Wangfujing night market, where they sold deep fried scorpions, starfish and seahorses, though none of ...
... of winter the city would be. The day still young, we headed over to the 2008 Olympic site. The Chinese government spent something in the ball park of $42 billion on the Beijing Olympics and you could see why, with a train line built specifically with stops in the Olympic Park as an example of their deep pockets. This site is famous for having the most Olympic sporting venues in one place. Including Birds Nest stadium, the swimming arena, tennis, you name it. ...
... in your lungs!! Surprisingly, more people wear face masks in Vietnam than Beijing... go figure?
Pro: There is a Mongolian Embassy open 5 days a week in Beijing.
Con: 9am-12 isn’t long enough to make it to the start of the slow moving line, you have to come back at 2pm and wait a further 20mins, as we were told they were having a lunch break. The most expensive & painful visa to obtain, for the country we are spending ...
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