Shanshui Trends Hotel Beijing Shaoyaoju
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... to take photos of the wall at sunrise and sunset. Today it's hazy everywhere so visibility was highly limited, there were very few photographers around. The guide informed us that it would be mostly downhill from here on, we had an hour left to do to get to the bus that will bring us to the farmhouse at which we would overnight. It was important to get to the bus before the sun set since it would be disastrous to have to hike in the dark. To get off from the lookout ...
Three days ago, I went camping on the Great Wall, rare experience for many people. I didn't even know that it was possible until many of my teachers told me about it. Some of them did it in the spring and talked about what a great experience it was. Despite their stories, nothing really prepared me for this experience. First of all, camping on the Great Wall is illegal but, as with everything in China, there are always loopholes and ways to get around the system. Meaning, that ...
... from last night. The cafeteria food was a mixture of Western and Eastern food. Cafeteria food is cafeteria food. ;) Jackson, Sam, Augustus, and Rodrigo took a nap before dinner and for some odd reason they didn't wake up for dinner. :)
After talking to the kids this morning, it looks like most of us woke up every two hours and most of us showered and refreshed at ...
... the City is awash with neon and lights and advertising and also on the subway they have clever displays in the tunnels that follow the speed of the train and blast adverts onto the walls. Everyone is probably aware of the Great 'Fire'wall of China hence my lack of Facebook access and they also have a massive block against Google as well. I am unable to download any apps to my phone or use the Google play store....why?.....because they have set ...
... comfort and style, and I was very impressed with his driving skills. Even after all my experience driving, I would be a cot-case in Beijing traffic.
Arthur and I last visited the Summer Palace in 2007 as authorities were sprucing it up ready for the Olympic Games. At that time, a number of pavilions were off limits, so it was a real pleasure to go back again and see the finished product.