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- Day trip from Beijing to two of China's most famous
attractions: the Badaling section of the Great Wall and the sacred Ming
- Visiting one of the best preserved sections of the Great Wall of China at Badaling
- Climbing the North or South face of the Great Wall
- Exploring the Chang Ling Ming Tomb
- Shopping at the Longdi jade ...
... than the next – loads of small businesses everywhere you look and one particular street seemed to specialise in Jade and jewelry - not that I got a chance to look !
Decided to skip the street food stalls and go to a local restaurant that evening. Kevin had transcribed the Chinese for ‘Noodles’ and ‘Rice’ and checked them with ...
... there were fewer people at the Temple by Chinese standards, we did run into a tour group from Regina (identifiable by their Roughrider jackets!). They asked us where we were planning on watching the Grey Cup - I think they were pretty concerned they were going to miss it! Not to worry, I did manage to stream the game from our hotel room in Beijing!
The next day, we decided to brave the crowds at the Forbidden City. ...
... by the emperor who had the stone moved to the summer palace for his mum his empire collapsed. We had a look at the first electric light in China and then moved onto the long corridor. This corridor is outdoors and hand painted. It is over 700 meters long and beautiful, but full of people!!
Tonight we treated ourselves to a Kung Fu show, Steve was not that wrapped in the show but I thought it was ok. It told you a story about a boy joining the monks and ...
... so much has happened! Yet when I realize I am a third of a way through the quarter, with seven full weeks of study left, it feels short. Far too short. When I imagine what I would be thinking if I was only staying one semester, I begin to feel claustrophobic. One semester is not enough time, and I am glad I am staying for a full year. (DUSA, can you extend the Cherrington Scholars Program to cover more than one year? Haha.)
And with that out in the ...