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... people in China to travel to the United States. Our tour guide told us how in order to travel to China you need to do a lot of paperwork and also go to the U.S. Embassy and get permission. In addition to getting permission and doing continuous paperwork you also need a lot of money. Learning this makes me grateful that I got the opportunity to travel to China and see how it is to live on the other side of the world.
... ridges to help you hike up and down parts of great steepness (and
this section of the wall is meant to be one of the easiest!) There
isn't a lot of information about the wall up there, so having the
tour guide before was interesting and perhaps worth it; or just look
up stuff on the internet beforehand. This section of the wall was
really good to walk though, as you had a real mix of new renovated
parts and the old overgrown section. The clear but easy to walk ...
Last night, I decided to go out with the Chinese roommates Stephanie and Sally with a couple other people: Caroline, Filipino named Stephanie too, and Anthony. We walked off campus to a nice dumpling place.
Stephanie ordered some veggie and dumplings. They were so yummy. I also got a red bean soup, which reminded me a lot of my mother's cooking. (I didn't take anything pictures because I forgot my camera). ...
... which is a short walk past the hawkers' shops and the bear cages and on your right hand side. From there you can walk up and then back down or get a cable car down.
Tip: Bring your own food and water to save money AND ask the staff from your hostel to right each stage of your directions in Chinese just in case you need to ask for assistance along the way. Very few Chinese people in Beijing can speak English so you might find yourself a bit stuck without this. ...
... soup infused with ginger to settle our stomachs as well. It was all too much, especially as she had come all this way just to see us, but exactly what we needed. And here I had been, worrying about making sure she was OK as she grappled with the chaos of China! However she was fine, finding her way to the supermarket and nearby restaurants.
So, although I didn't make the best first impression, it's ...