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... the air we were breathing actually was. We could feel it in our lungs, wheezing and coughing. It's hard to imagine how people can live with this condition of air, before too long everyone is going to be walking around with Bane masks. But I digress, the Olympic park was huge, and we only had enough time to walk around the Birds Nest Stadium and the Water Cube before it got dark. The architecture of the two structures were very interesting and fun to check out. At ...
... as possible ! Then we got to the Great Wall. It was rainy but wonderful. I couldn't believe that I had finally made it. My guide Joy, was wonderful, helping me up steps, to the first watchtower, and saying I was a hero to have got this far ! Took lots of photos. Then back in the car through the rain. We went to a tea making ceremony ( a surprise to me ). It was very interesting and I loved the taste of the ...
... of our labour did taste good.
Our second trip to the Great Wall was a much more pleasant and manageable affair, though the walk up was crazy! We needed to wear off the food from the previous day and this did exactly that! To see the group doing a 5 day walk from Badaling to Mutianyu in aid of Pancreatic Cancer was inspiring, if a little intimidating, as we had struggled to just make it up the steps to this section of the Wall! ...
... showed up in the lobby. We waited for Shari. Louis showed up with his girlfriend. His girlfriend was so tall and pretty. I assumed that she was European until I found out that she was American.
When Shari arrived, we left for the subway.
When Shari and I exited out of the dorm, a Chinese woman asked Shari, "We are hiring English teachers. We are paying one-hundred fifty per hour."
Shari said no. "They love blondes." She told me.
... oven or an open oven. The roast duck will be sliced by the chef and placed beautifully on a plate before the diners, who then eat the meat with pancakes, cucumber, spring onion and a sweet bean sauce.
Needless to say, this lunch was an extraordinary way to finish our time in Beijing. After lunch, it was off to the airport for our flight to our next destination-- Xian.
Catch you up from there...