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... on this leg of the trip was also the best. We witnessed a beautiful sunrise and then saw the odd yurt and herd of Yak (not sure of the correct collective name for a group of yaks Lakota?) as we journeyed through Mongolia. Travelling through the Gobi desert looked other worldly.
... In the evening however the boat entered the five locks that allow shipping to bypass the dam and this was mighty impressive. I have seen and been in ordinary canal locks but the scale here was staggering. Each lock took two cruise boats and two commercial boats carrying aggregate. It took us over three hours to get through this but it is free. A much faster boat lift is being built but ships will be charged for using it. Tuesday 14th A very gentle day which was just ...
... but it
looked quite authentic. You could cll it the Venice of China. Well, I’m sure
there are much more spectacular canals than this one in China, but it looked
nice. I continued my way up talking a lot of stairs – it might be an
impression,but Chinese people like stairs. I finally ended up standing in front
of a gigantic building which was supposed to be the Summer Palace. If you
happen to know the Potala Palace in Lhasa, Tibet, well this is what ...
... being sand-blasted. Plus, we hadn't dressed properly for the cold. So we headed back to the apartment. The boys did some homework and we braved the cold once again to have dinner.
Our day was relaxing. It was a good day to finish our stay in Beijing. India tomorrow! I'll keep you posted as soon as I can.
... with one image, which I will post and comment on for you.
So, there you have it. My adventures in Beijing are at an end and my adventures in Shanghai are about to begin. As I finish this blog post, my mind is moving to how I'm going to pack up my things and making sure we get up in time to make our train tomorrow. This post also marks the last in my informal blog posts as I will have my professor, Twila Papay, to answer to with my future ones. ...