Travel Blogs from Chengde
So at night we tried to find the bar street we read about online but after walking a long distance, we found nothing and ended up at an ...
... so often posing for silly pictures. A group of older ladies followed us, being friendly and helpful. Despite being told repeatedly that we wouldn't buy anything, they persisted in their fruitless pursuit. The rucksacks of the well prepared contained snacks and drinks, because the wall is a great place to relax, have a beer and enjoy the sunset. Which we did. Too bad the cloudy, hazy sky didn't provide the best conditions for sunset photos. Next stop on the route through northern China ...
... we got to the top it was pretty empty of people but there were still people within sight, so I started off towards the closed portion, making sure to walk fast and outpace everyone so that I could have the entire wall to myself. After some time, my goal had been achieved, I was the only one in sight, no one in front of me and I couldn't see the people behind me. I tried to take as many pictures as I could anytime I saw a cool looking ...
... where your hike starts. You will past
many towers and some built with different structure and appearances.
We will drive to Schoolhouse at Great Wall for overnight. Upon arrival, check
in room at Brickyard. ...
... through Beijing's rush hour traffic and arrived back at our hostel in time for dinner.
After a much-desired shower, we dressed in fresh clothes and chilled out for a few minutes. Just after Andrew's shower, we got a knock on the door, and Andrew was summoned downstairs. Our guide was there, and had stopped by our hostel on her way home with a parting gift of sweet puffed rice spheres, saying that they've always been a favourite of hers, since she was a ...
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