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Travel Blogs from Beijing
... along the way until we reach the other end and the cable car station before returning a little frazzled for a celebratory (bartered) drink at the impressive view point next to the chair lift station. The toboggan run back down is great fun and in sections quite hairy as you whizz through chicanes, fortunately the sledges are braked. Once at the bottom we meet up with the rest of the group for the lunch, ...
... a lot of pots were around, most of which were part of the fire fighting in the Forbidden City. They would always have water in them (there would be fires underneath to make sure it stayed liquid) and could immediately be used to extinguish any fires. Quite smart really. A visit to the gardens later-which had more people than plants- we left, and decided to take a Tuk-Tuk back. An idea that nearly went hay-wire. After agreeing on a price, we got on and said where we wanted to ...
... the lake / reservoir and the mountains in the distance. A few boats on the lake, and some bungee jumping and a zip wire across. We watched these for a while, enjoying the fresh air & open space, before wandering to the cable cars. Several paths led to parts of the great wall, so we decided as we’d walked a fair way already we’d get the cable car up to the top. I’m ok with heights; Tracey isn’t so much, a bit like Andy, doesn’t like ...
... This gave students a chance to reminisce about their time here and host families an opportunity to see what happens when students aren’t home. Afterwards, Wang Laoshi gave a speech congratulating the students and thanking program staff and host families. Most importantly, she highlighted the large progress that all the students have made: at the opening ceremony, she had to speak in ...
The next day we climbed the Great Wall of China- Mu Tian Yu section. This part of the wall is about a 2 hour drive outside of Beijing and is less popular because of this, which makes it so wonderful to me. This was my third time on the Great Wall (but the first time actually climbing up to it, before we used the ski lifts) but I was just as struck by its magnificence. You can take ...
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