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... on the bus to finally reach Myutianu, (the particular second of the wall we'd be exploring) all the while our tour guide kept repeating the words over and over, "I already told you guys..." and "Today! we are going to the wall.", but we finally pulled up, got off and looked up. Off in the far, mountain distance I saw the beige line, like a river, breaking through all the green forest, the Great Wall of China. Needless to say, I was awake.
Tickets in hand, we were informed ...
... 10,000 was reserved for the emperor). Nobody could not get in our out of it without the emperor’s permission. It is a UNESCO heritage site and it really deserves it! We toured it with an American couple and the tour guide gave us quite a good visit, told it in a simple way. She recommended us to watch The Last Emperor movie. From the Forbidden City, we especially loved the names of the Halls: Hall of the ...
... history (though you have to look this up
as there wasn't much information about things at tourist sites) and some random yet beautful places and details of things. It's funny how quickly you get used to the pushing and spitting (it is
mainly the older generation that still do) and the smog that fills
the air, and once you accept the fact the kid near you is likely to
pee at some point in front of you, you can really see and enjoy the
different but fascinating ways of Beijing. ...
Made our way to the Forbidden City today as well as Tianamen Square by foot. Beijing is fairly easy to get around if you can can get your head around the traffic. Traffic doesn't stop at zebra crossings so when it's green you go and make our way around the cars. Worked out if you walk beside locals when they walk you walk and when they run you run as well. Forbidden city is ...
... group broke up into cliques and went off on their paths. All three of us got at least one item at the silk market. I got a new qipao at a pretty decent price, as well as some refrigerator magnets that my dad had mentioned that he wanted.
With our shopping all done, Robert and I went back to the BLCU. On the way back, something nudged my brain to give my friend, Apropos, a call. This was the girl with whom I'd been trying to get in contact but ...