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Today was a big day for my parents and brother since it would be their first time seeing the Great Wall of China. I first saw it 2 years ago with Bruce's is family at a different section so all though I wasn't as excited as my family I was still looking forward to seeing it again. Since Bruce would not be coming along with us we decided to book an English speaking tour to make it easier to get to and from the places. The tour proved to be a good idea since we got to see some other neat ...
... smaller too. I guess I am just used to big American sizes haha.
Today, we packed up and left Beijing for Suzhou. We took a train which was about a 5 ½ hour ride, just like to Xi’an. When we got to Suzhou, we met up with a friend of Wei’s at the train station. We all took cabs to the hotel, and Corey and I got a ride from Wei’s friend. The driving here in China is insane. It is terrifying, because everyone is a crazy ...
... to locals and (occasionally) sleeping, apart from a couple of new features for the diary: As of Wednesday night, I've started dreaming in Chinese! Maybe took a little longer than it might have done with another language, but I'm properly pleased about it none-the-less. On Thursday, I went with Luana to the most incredible place ever - the Summer Palace. I had no idea what to expect, apart from the usual array of ancient buildings, but once we got all the way through the ...
... all over the world. When he retired the site was gifted to him so he could continue his work. That being the case we are actually in the middle of the Chinese high command officer training centre which means we are not allowed to just wander anywhere and after the first day I was feeling a little penned in. We have a compound we can rome around but it's small and there is no view, however the whole ethos of the qigong ...
... sometimes, I think. Regardless, it was a cool experience and there are a whole bunch of cool looking cafes, interesting architecture and signs of the district's industrial past.
Also, there was a launch for some kind of smartphone happening in one of the buildings- I think it was one of the china only ones, as I certainly hadn't heard about it.
Regardless, I hope all of you enjoy the myriad of pictures I got from it.