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Day 2 in Beijing (Easter Sunday) we had arranged a tour to the Great Wall of China to a section of the wall which is about "more than one hour" away! So we were up early for brekky where Helen, our waitress who had served us at 9pm the night before was on duty again at 7am. Onto the bus at 8.30am and a very interesting drive through the streets of Beijing heading northwest As it turned out it was the start of a three day festival in China ...
... to take her hand. As I touched her hand the mask changed immediately causing me to jump and 'clutch my pearls' very dramatically much to the amusement of the other theatre goers.
Finally there was a kung fu show which was a dizzying fusion of coiled spring aggression, lithe undulations and feats of bravery such as breaking an iron bar on one of the performers heads. It was truly remarkable.
All in all it was a sometimes cheesy but fun night out.
... were destroyed. This area is the only area in Beijing that has been preserved, and there are strict rules for how the people that live there can renovate it. It would be a really cool area in the daytime, but we were there at night, with not many people around and it was pretty sketchy and creepy. And it's like a maze in there because it is all gray stone walls. Wei told us that that was what most of Beijing still ...
... The Wall, Milky Way, ******* and Rats")
On our first outing together, we visited the art district '798’ and perused art galleries. It is oft talked about, but I was not impressed. First of all, it was quite a bit out of the way and the neighbourhood that housed these exhibits lacked character. It looked like ...
... bloody packing list though because he still didn't seem to have a notion where to take me! After arriving somewhere in Beijing and 5 minutes of him futilely asking me questions in Chinese (which I can only assume) he deposited me and my (excessive) luggage with a gentleman I believe to be a policemen or some type of law enforcement/security and drove off. This gentleman - although unable to communicate in my native language- was very helpful and found me one ...