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Part of the tour includes a trip to Quanjude restaurant for Peking duck. As an amazing coincidence, our friend Ahmed was in Beijing on his holiday so we decided to meet up and share the duck together. Our guide was scheduled to take us but we said we were big boys so we could go on our own and she could have the evening off with her young son. She seemed so touched and pleased by this. 'I want to give you a kiss' she said. Steady on! Wanfujing Street was crowded as ...
... version is that this guy is an immortal god able to perceive distant evil spirits and lead the beasts to safety. Others make him out to be a bad emperor getting his due. The remaining assembly includes kylin, phoenix, lions, birds, fish, horses, seahorses, humans and dogs among other mythical creatures, always an odd number.
The parade is a unique combination on each building. On the more important buildings, it has its ...
... happening around the park, complete with loud music that I thought was a little unusual in such a serene atmosphere. But it was entertaining at the same time.
The small lane-ways or alleys that ran between the larger streets were our favourite places to wander. It felt like we were very much in China and they most likely looked the same a century ago, which made it all the more appealing. The random restaurants we picked were, for ...
... gate they called for boarding. What timing!
Well the flight from Shanghai to Beijing was a bit on the bumpy side. There was only a few spare seats on the plane. We were allocated seats at the rear, something to do with dirt cheap tickets. Only paid $100 for a 2 hour flight with Air China, Chinas only national carrier.
As we were decending into Beijing it was like there was a thick fog, with next to zero visibility. It wasn't until ...
That just leaves my old nemesis, the Great Wall of China. A few months ago, I wrote about my first encounter with the Great Wall and how it ultimately ended in defeat. I didn't have enough time to go all the way down and still make it back in time. This time would be different! this time I would accomplish something! This time I would bring the Great Wall to its knees! And so I did! We went to a different part of the wall than the last time I went, and it ...