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... where we were the only people! We went pretty far and were at the base of this incredibly steep section. We decided to hike halfway up it, knowing that we still had to get bi\ack. Hard to imagine that just a few days ago we were trekking in the Himalayas!
After making our way back, we took the cable car down and then had our driver take us to the Ming Tombs. There are multiple Ming Tombs around the mountainside outside of ...
... to the area we are staying. From there we visited a local grocery store that had items we had never seen before in our local grocery stores. We ended up only buying some water! That evening we enjoyed another delicious meal at a local restaurant. They had some very strange things on the menu, but we played it safe with sweet and sour pork and some stir fried broccoli. Maybe next we will try the deep fried chicken ...
... So happy to talk to her. We caught up about what was happening in our lives. Katherine told me that my blog made her miss Beijing so much. Then, she went off telling me her future traveling plans. Out of everyone I know, Katherine loves to go to the most obscure places. I give her props for exploring new places.
After I talked with Katherine, I decided to go to Wudaokou because I was craving Ricci Cafe. The subway ride was long, but I was too ...
When spending forty three days in one country, it is expected that as a traveller, you become familiar with the culture, customs, food, and language. When visiting the most populated country in the world, it is also expected that one would find some things crazy, overbearing, and somewhat chaotic. But as we ventured through the massive country of China from Kashgar in the west, to Beijing in the east, we started to feel at home. Yet, everyday things would surprise us, make us ...
... because when we landed in Beijing we walked past the luggage claim since we had been told we were retrieving our luggage in Toronto. However, we saw other white people claiming their luggage and walking around...so naturally we got pretty worried. We asked numerous desks and eventually the Air Canada desk and we were assured in broken English that was difficult to understand that our luggage would be in Toronto.
Kyle, me and Joanna all hoped so...because we had ...