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Travel Blogs from Beijing
... music to sound like. The group of 50 singers developed quite a crowd - I asked someone what the song was, he said it's called "China I love you".
I didn't really do much at night as I was still jetlagged, so retired to my hotel room at the Days Inn Forbidden City for a night inn. At this stage it's hard for me to say "China I love you", especially as I'm now hesitant about trusting any apparently friendly locals. "China I will give you time".
This morning, I woke up at eight because I was very hungry. I walked out of west gate to get a chicken sandwich with egg and potato from the vendor I like. When returning to campus, I ate my sandwich at a pond near my dorm.
Afterward, I walked back to my room and got my backpack. Then I went off to buy fresh hot soy milk from the same place I went to yesterday. This time I brought the black bean kind. After getting ...
... visit the famous Gyantse Kumpum . Overnight at Gyantse.
Day05 Gyantse / Shigatse/ Sakya / Lhatse (elev3950m distance 210km)
Driving to Shigatse to visit Tashilunpo Monastery, afternoon drive to Sakya, visit Sakya Monastery. Overnight at Lhatse..
Day06 Lhatse / Saga (Elev4450m,distance 293km )
Driving from Lhatse along the south Lhasa-Kailash road driving to Saga ,on way appreciate the Sangsang ...
... think it can hold about million people... It feels like they are all here today. We take some snapshots and a team picture and head off to the forgotten city. As I had already been there 2 days before I was glad that I had as the weather was not great today and it was very overcast and cloudy with the occasional shower. It is still mild out though and warm enough to walk around in shorts and t-shirts. The Forbidden City was just as busy as ...
... out not once have we heard a child misbehave or be noisy at the dining table must be because they have to concentrate so ******* using the chopsticks!
The weather being so lousy the following day meant we gave up on another visit to the city and headed for the hills hoping it may be better. Oh dear it was worse, we couldn't even see the mountain let alone the Great Wall.
Have we some how been transported back to the UK ?