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... a lot of time having power naps. The Gobi desert in Mongolia was just vast with sand dunes and camels huddled together near water. Unfortunately after border crossing we were in the Inner Mongolia part of the Gobi but it was night time so we missed it. When we woke at about 6 the scenery had changed dramatically. Arrived at Beijing station and got taxi to hotel. That was tricky and I think we were ripped off but luckily as Mongolia was cheep we were under budget so could afford to ...
... they can be with pagodas, pavillions houses to drink tea in around koi ponds and gardens and the names the chinese come up with for these places just sound so peaceful.
We are also getting our first sleeper train tonight at 11:51pm this will be interesting, both are a bit aprehensive but also little bit excited we have got hard sleepers so we shall see.
We love beijing and are so sad to be leaving but are also excited to see what else china has to offer.
Since I didn't have class today, I got to sleep in to 8:45.
Outside I could hear a militaristic voice over a loud speaker and chants. Was there a revolution going on I needed to know about?
No, actually, it was the school kids doing there military training before school starts. Prior to beginning each level of school (going from primary to secondary, secondary to high school, and high school to college) every student participates in ...
... Oh and of course monks everywhere you look. The smell of sandalwood is enchanting. Lunch today was at a well-recommended Malaysian restaurant. It is situated in a ‘hutong’, a little alley commonly found in Beijing. Our hostel is also in one of these little alleys.
Well now its time to close our backpacks and let Vietnam fill us with new adventures, smells and colours. Oh and of course don’t forget, HEAT.
Lots of love, hugs and kisses
Ryall and ...
... Back to the usual reports then of what we’ve been up to. Had a couple of meals out with friends the week before last, and with some new people we met bowling. Already friends have left that we’ve got to know, and you realise that you need to keep making new friends too as your circle can change so quickly. We’ve mentioned the Migrant Childrens Foundation that we volunteer with, we met the founder for lunch and are organising a charity dinner at the end of ...