Super 8 (Beijing Shunyi Zhuhang)
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First stop on your full-day tour north of Beijing is the Great Wall of
China, the greatest symbol of ancient Chinese engineering and one of the
world's most famous structures. Here at the Badaling section of the
Great Wall you will have the opportunity to climb either the north or
south face of the ...
... for accuracy. She was very impressed with his penmanship and with a minor alteration to ‘Rice’ off we went . The menu was a series of pictures so we had noodles (cold with a ginger dressing), tofu (cold!), Rice (Hot – yay !) and Pak choi (Hot!) – a weird combination that we ate whilst looking at everyone elses dishes in an envious way . Kevin gave ...
... City was home to the emperor of china for over 500 years. Today it is museum. We spent a couple of hours walking around, enjoying the architecture. The buildings were amazing, however, most of them had been reconstructed due to damage caused by fires, violence etc. The scale of the city is wonderful, with huge temples used as resting rooms and fitting rooms for the emperor. While full of history, the current city holds ...
... the master and the challenges he faces along the way. Steve was expecting more fighting and so forth. The only bit that I was annoyed with is that I got the song ‘everybody is kung Fu fighting, ha, who, ha, this guys are fast as lightening…’ stuck in my head and they didn’t play it, instead they had a tune that got stuck in your head for days afterwards and was really annoying!!
So heading off to dinner now, not that hungry so just ...
... post is solely about my time in China thus far. This past weekend was amazing, with a few breathtaking moments, but a post about my trip to Chengde will come later. Although I love my weekend trips and the amazing stories that come with them, so much of my study abroad experience is made up of little moments that, on their own, may equate to very little but eventually build up and result in a blog post like this.
Let's see...where to begin?