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... of choice for the rest of the night. Of course, there were the usual Chinese dishes and a slew of different salads and carved turkey, cranberry sauce, sweet potatoes, etc. Finally, the desserts -- too many to mention, all freshly made -- pies, parfaits, fruits, ice creams, brownies. It was a great meal.
We went to bed very happy that night -- a great day in Beijing, first touring the Great Wall of China and then the Great Wall of ...
... of which is a circular marble platform of three tiers with steps leading up on four sides. Separating each staircase is an ornately carved white stone bound linking each tier which along with the railings are carved with dragons, phoenixes and cloud scrolls. But the masterpiece is in The Temple of Heaven, which must be one of the finest examples of wooden Chinese architecture, first built in 1420, ...
Well what a first day!! After spending roughly 12 hours in a plane we were definitely ready to stand and walk for a while. Got through immigration and customs without a hassle and off we went to find our tour guide in the arrivals hall. So many people with signs and We finally found ours. Walked straight outside and was hit with a wall of heat, very muggy and Chinese people seem to not need AC ...
The day began as they all do with an early morning qigong session. I am starting to get the hang of some of the simpler arrangements of moves now, my current favourite being the grounding sequence which roots you to the earth and protects you with qi energy; it's just such a lovely way to begin the day.
Breakfast was the usual jamboree of Eli telling us all about the sights we were about to see and Elizabeth interrupting him whenever he paused for breath with ...
... is getting ready for the 3rd monthly quiz night tonight, which I hope to make it to after my conference, so that should be fun again.
Hope you all have a lovely Easter, we don’t get Easter here (although there are a fair few chocolate eggs & bunnies in the ex-pat supermarkets!!) it’s not really celebrated. We get the following Thursday & Friday off for Tomb Sweeping Festival, not exactly sure what that’s all about, rest assured I will ...