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... way to the summit was quite steep down and up. There were parts where I literally was crawling up the wall. To help ease my imbalanced state, we were making jokes about how I was climbing the wall like Gollum from the movie the Lord of the Rings. It was quite a good joke and it helped ease my mind. After watching the sunset, we came back to our campsite and just talked and watched the stars. It just seemed so surreal to me to that I was here but it also felt so peaceful ...
... Both can claim, without danger of hyperbole, to be world-renowned. After negotiating the tortuous subterranean entrance and two security checks, we laid eyes on that womb of democracy aborted.
Impressive? Oh yes. Beautiful? In terms of architecture, the substitution of elegance and grace for sheer size, in my opinion, is rarely a wise choice; this is no exception. It is certainly outstanding, and probably the largest plaza either of us have ever encountered, but it ...
... attendant) came up to me and shocked me by saying: “We’ve had a situation develop with a revenue passenger and I’m going to have to ask you to move back to Business Class. You were the last SA seated in first, so I have to do this by seniority order.” I asked her what’s going on and she replied in a hostile tone: “I told you, we have a situation with a revenue passenger. Now get your things together and we can find you a seat in Business ...
... for the chairlift and toboggan as it looks a lot more fun. The 5 min ride up offers some great panoramic view towards Beijing as well as glimpses of the toboggan run below, including a section of track over a wide gorge! At the top the impressive Ming era section of the wall, with its 26 towers offers some fantastic views either side of the ridge where you can see it disappear into the distance as various ...
... my Beijing details as the dreaded cold took hold and took hold hard. The kindly staff in the hostel advised me what medicine to take and I just rested up - squeezing in a trip to the Forbidden City and Tiananmen Square in between naps.
I have to say I was braced for an altogether different Chinese experience when I arrived in Beijing expecting to be surrounded by spitting locals, chap clad children weeing in the street and lots of pushing and ...