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... doing Tai Chi, playing chess, playing instruments, alone or in groups, seemingly just for fun, companionship and relaxation. Stopping to watch some of the activities, we were even invited to join in. However, even though it was tempting, we couldn't loiter! The Temple of Heaven, even from outside its surrounding walls grabs your attention, with its smooth cylindrical shape and amazing ...
... and two story neighborhood homes which comprised virtually all of Beijing prior to 1978) to get a feel for what the city used to look like. It is a fascinating mix of old and new, all on very expensive land. These tiny homes sit on land that is valued at several million dollars, but nobody wants to sell and lose their convenient location. When the residents are forced out (the norm here), larger and newer homes are built which start at $30 million US, and go ...
We took off from Pyongyang in a new Antonov 148-100 with only 10 mins delay. In contrast to what the world media tells us the country as we have seen it is in good shape. Considering the climate it looks clean. People are lean and look healthy and a lot is done manually. The Koryo Hotel was the only place on our trip so far where it was safe to drink from the tap. Power surges were common, most notably at ...
... mixture of winter clouds and smog, but upon getting on our computers we quickly discovered we were experiencing the worst pollution Beijing has ever had. Interestingly enough, one of my friends, Stephen, had tried to read a CNN article about it and the article was blocked, as was the link to the U.S. Embassy website. From then on it was keep inside and wrap a scarf or mask around your face when going outdoors. Previous to hearing about the seriousness of ...
... 30 minutes to get there and then the Wall climb begins so we opted for the ski lift. It was amazing getting hoisted up and over the valleys to the base of the Wall. Then we climbed up and wow - we were on The Great Wall of China. It is almost an unreal feeling standing on the Wall and knowing you are in China and seeing with your own eyes this remarkable man made feat. The Wall snakes up the ridge of the mountain range and you just can't ...