Home Inn (Beijing Beixinqiao)
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... renovated section of the wall or the tourist area. Certain parts were really busy and we had to queue to go down stairs wide enough for single file.
It was absolutely incredible though, the view ahead was break taking, then I'd look behind and it blew my mind!!
We walked on for hours, it was painful but amazing at the same time. Leo lead us past the cable car exit and we continued for another 12 towers until we came to the toboggan exit. ...
... around $12, it's worth every penny.
Yes, we make it. Join our driver for the ride to the airport only to find out the flight has been canceled. Great! All this time, I have been worrying sick about missing my flight.
Life is good even when you can’t find the stinking Great Wall even though it is staring at your face!!!
I had to leave for my afternoon class.
The afternoon seemed so long.
Later, I decided to organize the pictures on my laptop. I stumbled upon pictures from freshmen year of college. Freshmen year seemed so long ago. I found pictures of my trip to the Denver Zoo with people on my freshmen dorm floor. Other pictures I found was when Kendra and Lauren decided to decorate my roommate Levi's side.
Then, I found pictures from sophomore year. There were ...
... the army. I never would have guessed. We quickly and randomly bonded possibly because we were the only Westerners and we found that no one, absolutely no one spoke English anywhere. Further, no or understood pantomiming. It's astounding. I should have just changed my flight to the next day, but instead I waited to see if the last flight would depart, which it didn't. While we were waiting we discovered another cultural oddity in that people like to yell here. In the 4 hours ...
... reach the top. Going up was not only the difficulty for me. Being afraid of heights, going down was the hardest part for me but I managed to overcome my fear and have the courage to go down the Great Wall of China. If someone asks me what I did on 12/12/12, I can proudly say that I climbed the Great Wall of China and managed to overcome my fear of heights.
Sher Min ...