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... you sort out what you can, and then just move on - so every cloud.......!
The show was on all weekend so one of the guys, Jack, said he'd be up for trying to see the show again. Yesterday evening we went to see the finale which was spectacular, Rachel was lifted into the air playing her harp in a temple! Jack and I then went for Chinese crispy duck which was amazing. I'm not sure if he was just taking pity on me ...
... The first structure inside the inner court is the Palace of Heavenly Peace, the emperors' sleeping quarters. Behind it is the Palace of Union and Peace, where the imperial seals were stored. The third hall is the Hall of Terrestrial Tranquility, the emperors' wedding room. Besides the three main buildings there are the six eastern palaces and six western palaces, where the emperor used to handle everyday affairs, and which was the living quarters of the ...
... the villages, and to the base of where the Great Wall sits. Colleen and I decided to take the ski lift up to the Great Wall. After exploring the watch towers and connecting walkways for about two hours (not to mention getting some of the most amazing pictures), we decided to be even more adventurous and take the toboggan ride back down to the bottom, where we met up with the rest of our group to have a traditional Chinese lunch in the local village ...
... succeeding at Kilimanjaro last year my health and fitness have been since declined and this was a bit of a struggle! But we made it and boy were glad to see a lady selling drinks and snacks at the entrance onto the Great Wall! As all our water had been consumed on our way up.
Needless to say the Great Wall lived up to its expectations and we were in awe as we walked ...
... Revolution. For a non-museum person, I really enjoyed it.
Everyone is getting ready for the start of the Chinese New Year, our equivalent of New Years Eve for the Chinese calendar is on Saturday night, into Sunday. 2012 was the year of the Dragon, and at the weekend we’ll be entering the year of the snake. More to come on that later……..
Having had lots of snow, the temperatures are set to drop at night this week to -18 at ...