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... The next day, all of our legs felt like jelly!
Later that day, we saw a jade sculpting jewelry store and enjoyed some of the world famous Peking Roast Duck! That was awesome! The food has been better than I expected. We are blessed that Christian, while challenged by his food allergies, has been able to experience a little of the Chinese cuisine.
The following day, the seven of us went out on our own to explore the Forbidden ...
... Teddy play. Turns out they sell them and they're out there to get people to see how cool they are and buy them. Well, it worked because Peter, Zack, and Teddy all bought one. They are super cool though. Zack opened his, and we played and we attracted a crowd because we were pretty good at it.
Phil and Anna came out like 40 minutes later. Someone had seen a market with live scorpions so they let us go to the markets. Wow is all I can say. You enter the markets by ...
... time you get on the bike you may as well accept the fact that you could get hit by a car/bus/motorbike at any given moment. The traffic is mental round here.
This weekend the latest and final flatmate moved in. I’m now living with both an American and a Frenchman. We all share the same interests and get along as if we’ve known each other for quite some time. I can’t believe my luck if I’m honest.
... on travel days I get very tired and very emotional and because there is so much to figure out, I start to miss home and get a bit upset. Arriving in Beijing was a bit of a shock to the system and I start to feel nervous.
We venture out, I know I need to push myself but it's hard and we go to a restaurant that the hotel recommends and it's excellent, we have Kung Po chicken, rice and ...
Another early breakfast and it's on the bus..in for a great day today.. The Great wall calls..Juyong Guan Pass is our destination.. only 37 miles from greater Beijing... The wall is 3,700 miles long and this section has long been a military stronghold...being originally built to protect the borders from the Mongolian tribes as early as 1368...
Walking on the steps and looking at the upward and downward climbs it is hard to imagine being at war here... some of ...