Shindom Inn Beijing Heaven Temple East Gate
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Maria's Mom) arranged for a van for us. We headed to a restored
portion of the Great Wall called MuTianYu. ( I think Mu is wall –
so wall near Tian Yu??) We drove an hour east through lovely
countryside and then up into the hills towards the wall. The wall is
an estimated 3,700 miles long and stretches across mountain ridges in
an obvious attempt to have the strategic advantage to keep back
... way down. I was surprised at how relaxed and orderly the vast numbers of Chinese tourists were. Their mode of dress seemed varied and Informal. I am not sure why but I was surprised that everyone was wearing western clothes. Standard shorts, t-shirts, hats, sunglasses. the T-Shirts bore slogans mainly in English and I wondered if the Chinese knew what they said.
We had lunch in a cool air conditioned restaurant and then on to the Temple o ...
... Hotchip, however sadly the club was full so we had to find elsewhere. Drinks were pretty cheap with a Long Island costing around £2 when you convert it. We had a good night, I decided to stay out as the hostel wasn’t showing the football but much of the street was so at 6am I sat down to watch the England Game. I lasted about 30 minutes and then decided to go home as I was exhausted. I got a tuktuk back and I’m pretty convinced the Driver robbed me as I gave him a 100 ...
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... while. We scaled mountains, drove through dangerous roads, enjoyed a restful afternoon at the lake, learned a little Chinese from them and learned to eat sea cucumbers, eels, all kinds of wild herbs and managed to learned the art of using chopsticks and the etiquette to eat from a Lazy Susan table, to drink every spirit that was offered to us and when to tip and how much. All thanks to our fellow travelers and their Chinese friends. Thank you ...