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... towards Mutianyu - I was only slightly alarmed to find a sign reading "Danger - no visitors" in respect of the path we had just taken! From here, we trek a restored section of the wall to the cable car station where we stopped for a brief toilet break. The steps along this section were pretty steep in places with the biggest being 400 steps with no break! When we got to the cable car we had the choice to take the cable car down or continue ...
... street with excellent food! Chicken and paprika and braised aubergines, delicious! We haven't had a bad meal in China or Tibet during our holiday. Tomorrow, we go to the Great Wall and we organised the trip via our hotel. Although we said 'no more tour groups', it is a little more complicated arranging the trip ourselves and it's just for transportation, once we arrive at the wall, we'll have 3 hours to ourselves ...
... the desert. The whole area of the southern Gobi in Mongolia and the northern Gobi in Inner Mongolia in China is world renowned for its dinosaur fossils, skeletons and eggs. Many have been found in this area and, I'm assuming,that this 'park' is to celebrate these finds. Nearby to the border over 100 fossils were unearthed in one location alone. Photo's taken, we set off properly and kept driving for a couple of hours before stopping for a proper restaurant lunch as we ...
We arrived in Beijing on time but it took about an hour for the plane to taxi to the airport and then disembarked and had to go through customs which meant a huge line up and then we had to take a train to the baggage area. The baggage had just started to arrive and mine was off early. I managed to get a trolley and put the bike and duffle on it and wheeled it to the exit. The exit was jammed with people with signs, waiting ...
... to a Palace, to a Temple again. You could see why it was used as a palace, as it is so big, and reminds me of a little Forbidden City. Each doorway you step through leads to more mini buildings. They also have hugely impressive statues of Buddha, some 4 storeys high. All of them are so intricate, filled with colour and gold detailing. I really enjoyed seeing the historic building, as well appreciating the art everywhere.
On Sunday, I visited ...