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... s Mausoleum, the Museum of Chinese Revolution, and the Museum of Chinese History. Finally, after homemade lunch at a local family residence in the Hutong Lane area, we'll explore the Hutong neighborhoods. Hutong (alleys) were constructed during the Yuan, Ming, and Qing dynasties. As before, I'll add to this post later to update any changes in our plans. It was very humid in Beijing yesterday for our heavy walking tour. As ...
... I also had an ok noodle soup. Lei luckily spotted the floating fish balls that I quickly deposited in somebody else's bowl- yuk! I'm getting much better at using chopsticks but hot noodles can be tricky as they are really long and end up burning your chin or splashing back in to the soup. You basically have to get your head really close to the bowl to combat this, steaming your face with oily water in the process. Rose worsened while we were out and ...
... the Ming Tombs first and then end the day seeing the Great Wall. It was about a 2 hour drive to the Ming Tombs, but felt shorter as I chatted with a woman from Nanaimo who was here visiting her son and his girlfriend. Her son and girlfriend were on the tour with us, but were probably pleased with the new person that wanted to keep her company for the day. We had several great conversations about travelling alone, love and marriage and the many ways China is different that ...
... old tree. We were next in line. The lade and her son (maybe 1 years old) (Chinese) were taking a picture. All of a sudden he starts peeing on the ground out of the open whole in his pants. No one around us seemed to care but we thought it was very interesting. So when we went to take our picture, we stood in the boy's pee.
The hack sacks look different. They have feathers on them. We will take a picture.
Last night we ...
... stairway bottle nosed, so it became super crowded. And pushy. On the Great Wall steps that were uneven and unpredictable. We eventually made it down, and went to take a last few pictures. Before I knew it, a man had handed his baby to Scott and started taking pictures of the two of them together! Another family nearby saw this was acceptable, and handed their baby to Scott too! It was hilarious. I also got to hold one baby, and was encouraged to touch ...