Xixi Friendship Hotel
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... us to an abridged trip of around 4 km instead of the 10km promised.
As we climbed up to the wall the rain stopped. The wall and surrounding scenery was so photogenic.With the wall 5000 miles long, I was getting concerned about missing the turn off.
This section went up and over a number of hills with a tower at the top of each. I started to warm to my local lady finding out she was a Mongolian farmer.
The benefit of ...
... not going to sugar coat it. Angry hunger pains did not mix well with the sudden torrential downpour and thunderstorm. Down Ghost Street we were absolutely soaked to the bone, luckily a lovely side street shop owner called us over to shelter in his cupboard sized store. Miserable I still had faith and after some pointing at the book and hand gesturing we found our desired place of food, the 'Baihe Vegetarian Restaurant'. It was ...
... milk! Emi brought a lot of things including chips. I brought chocolate to give as gifts to the families at my home stays during my Yunnan trip.
When we were taking pictures, John shouted, "You are such a model, Benny."
"I am must being silly." I laughed.
Natasha left to go workout. I decided to go to Zara with Valentina. There was a nice blue scarf with a nice design, but it was over two hundred RMB. No way would I pay that much for a scarf. Vince, ...
... of what we could expect in Shanxi (which is where we will be traveling on Sunday) but I unfortunately understood not a word. At least my friends gave me an explanation later.
As soon as the lecture and discussion were finished, I left Beida with Yao, Najung, and Janet and we made our way toward the middle of the city. We were off to see Peking Opera! Yao picked out an opera performance and reserved tickets for us. ...
... 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 ...