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... is close to Beijing. The Badaling section of the wall has been restored to the point that it seems fake and is only a very small section of the wall which gets over crowded.
After an hour and a half drive we had a three hour window to explore the wall area, before lunch. This timing was about right. The wall is on top of a mountain, reached by walking up, which takes at least an hour, or paying £10 for a cable car. M was ...
So today is my last day of my post uni gap yah trip with hilzy, after already having said bye to jazzy to the preet a few weeks ago :'( don't know what to say, it's been an incredible 5 weeks! From the stressful days of trying to plan this trip and ending up in SoYo #goldies, ...
... disgusting also, spitting and hacking everywhere! When we finished lunch, which was very tasty, we thought we were off to take a look at the Olympic stadiums. Once again, in true Chinese fashion, we were the 'victims' of more dishonesty. Apparently, this was never part of the day trip but they tell people it is, so they will sign up...there's nothing more I can say really, here's hoping karma is ...
... out of the shop she grabbed Elis’s arm and said ok. DEAL OF THE CENTURY!!! So of course we left with the coat.
After this great adventure we had dinner at a restaurant called Peking Duck Private Kitchen where of course we had the super traditional Peking duck. Very good!!!
We went to the temple of Heaven, an amazing place where the emperors of old would pray and sacrifice animals to the gods in order to have a good harvest and went pars the Pearl Market. This ...
... the ancient Temple of Heaven.
-A series of unfortunate events leading up to a night in a hostel near Tienanmen, followed by dropping in to see Mao Zedong's perfectly preserved body.
-A journey west to Inner Mongolia, and the subsequent horse rides through the Mongolian grasslands and Mongolian archery contests.
-A camel-filled visit to the vast Gobi desert.