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... two. On the way out of the Temple of Heaven we came across more people doing Tai Chi, people playing what looked like hacky sack with a badminton birdie and people doing what sounded like Tai Bo with rubber balls. Jinling wanted to take a picture of me trying this. The two people who had been doing it let me join in. When the ball first came to me I of course dropped it. The trick is to catch it with the back of your hand and toss it to the ...
China Day 4: GREAT WALL OF CHINA DAYY!!!!
Before I talk about day 4 I forgot to mention that on day 3 we went to two temples. Lama Temple and Confucius Temple, they were beautiful temples, as all of them are, but I shared a really special moment this day. There was a man at the Lama Temple who could speak no English and really was not speaking any language at all. He was doing all these motions to one of the student I was traveling with named Max and we realized ...
This post is about yesterday.
Seeing out of my window, I saw clear blue sky. The sunshine made me hope for warmth. Wrong! I opened the window and cold air blew into my face. Oh the weather deceived me well.
For my outfit today, I decided to grab my red scarf to pair with my Zara jacket. Fall and winter are when I am the most fashionable. Due to the needs to layers, I go for patterns ...
Two stops today before lunch at a jade factory and the Beijing Olympic park. The culminating event was the three of us scaling the Great Wall. Had no idea how steep the climb can be. Luckily it was not hot and even had a bit of a breeze. I don't think my calves had fully recovered from the hike to the Buddha in Dengfeng, but that now seems like child's play compared to this. But ...
... all bicycles had absolutely no light on and traffic was increasing massively during rush hour at around 5.30 pm at Tiananmen square. From now on we will remember that it get's dark very early in China already in November (at least on the East Coast). At about 5.45 pm it is dark :-(. So we definitely need to get up earlier from now on to get the maximum out of the days.
The Ming Tombs and the Great (Rainy) Wall at Mutianyu
For the third day in Beijing my ...