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So after a few days of acclimatising ourselves to Beijing our next date with destiny had arrived! Meeting the new tour group. Again, how lucky could we be to meet a group of 10 people and have a great time with them all? Well we're obviously very lucky girls! William, our tour leader, was really good at trying to introduce us all and get to know our names. Funnily enough he struggled with me and Anne, mixing ...
... exams – (no women thank you ! ) moving on to the private and domestic quarters with the Imperial back garden . Each house surrounded by huge cauldrons which used to be filled with water in case of fire and each roof had a number intricate unicorn statues at each corner of the roof – again to guard against fire. I can’t do justice to the detail and ...
... any interesting facts about Lake Baikal? Well did you know that it's volume is 23,000 cubic Km! It would be a mistake to do the whole journey end to end without spending a few days off the train on route, obviously it breaks the journey but it is also good to get a feeling for the places and people you see passing by the window of the train. That having been said, it was definitely a one off, there is no point in repeating it unless we did it in the Caterham instead (Gill has ...
... it still feels pretty awesome to have a fiance.
After the Great Wall, I think we did other things, but I don't really remember. The morning is all I can think about!
Seriously though, we spent the afternoon in Olympic Park, visiting the Water Cube and the Birds Nest Stadium. They were really cool! You see it on TV, but I never realized how massive the stadium is. Jeremy paid to ride a ...
... and restaurant strips. And there is also the huge and impressive Chaoyang Park that Kyle and I decided to check out despite the freezing weather. The park's construction began in 1984 with it eventually grew to become Beijing's largest park. It is approximately 2.8 km in length ...