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... pat down. Lhasa seemed military-esque and had the most expensive coffee, ever.
An hour later, we were sat back in same seats on the same plane, and were finally on way to Kathmandu. We passed over some beautiful mountain ranges. A stewardess pointed out what she said was the second highest mountain in the Everest range. The snow covered peaks in the distance were amazing. At long last, we were due to arrive into Kathmandu!
... a few coaches in the square, and a load of flags from 2 different countries hanging up everywhere. One was Algeria, the other we later found out was Equatorial Guinea's. I read there was a delegation of some sort in Beijing that day so I guess they blocked the square off for them. We went up the Gate of Heavenly Peace before going into the Forbidden City. The view over Tiananmen Square was pretty good, especially as it was completely deserted. The Forbidden City was pretty ...
... english words at people eventually got us to the luggage belt for our flight where we stood for probably around an hour with only one bag. My bag failed to come through but there was an identical bag sitting very lonely going round and round the luggage belt but it wasn't mine. Yes some idiot had picked up my backpack and not his. Luckily he had a tag on his case which we managed to snap open to find his English phone number so we called him and luckily he was sat round the ...
We flew into Beijing completely blind, the smog started at least 30 miles away from the airport and got thicker and thicker the closer we got to landing. That said we are booked into the same hotel we were last time we were here so it was all very familiar and comfortable, we even ran into out tour leader from the last tour to say hello!
We went to the Temple of Heaven where in the past the Chinese Emperors held religious ceremonies for good harvests etc. There are 3 main monuments ...
... for Cambridge University in England, so she's heading home to Canada beforehand to get ready. I'm so proud of her, but am sad that I have to see her go. We had a class going away dinner last Monday, which was really nice. It's not often that you can get the majority of the class to go out together, but I really enjoyed it.
Melissa and I went with another couple of friends to another friend's apartment off campus to cook dinner later ...