Super 8 Beijing Longcheng
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... on a 'wild' part of the wall. After 2 buses, 4 hours, lots of sign language and a session of fighting off ************ taxi drivers, we finally made it to the hostel. And indeed it was fantastic. Spotless, very well run and in a beautiful tiny ancient village it was located almost touching the wall. We headed straight out for a gruelling 5 hour hike in searing heat and were rewarded with spectacular views across wonderful mountain scenery and of the wall snaking it's way across ...
... From there it the most delicious Sichuan Chinese food that just keeps coming and coming from the kitchen. We had everything from duck to orange chicken, to noodles, to wontons, to sausage to veggies.
Although I never cook in my own kitchen, I will spend about $40 USD to cook at the cooking school. I recently learned to make dumplings. A difficult and long process. Like everything else in China, dumplings represent good fortune and are typical to make ...
... because street fashion is constantly in my life. Plus, I can not afford high fashion like Alexander Wang, Burberry, or Agi & Sam.
After reading on fashion, I went to eat noodles with Emi and Niaya in the cafeteria.
Following lunch, I tried to read for class, but I could not.
So, I decided to screw it and go take the subway to check out the hutong near the Lama Temple. There was no point for me to continue struggling ...
... m staying and not having to schlep my bags around everywhere though I know some people prefer looking when they get there. Fortunately there was availability. Yay! The hostel was really nice and surprisingly cheap too. It was called Mingtown etour Hostel in the heart of the city next to the People's Square and it had a Resto/bar, exterior courtyard with a mini carp pond and an upstairs reading/lounge area. It only cost $10/nt. I got settled then went to Huanghe Rd. for cheap eats for din. I was so happy to have made ...
... in the world. There is a local saying, "The mountain is a Buddha and the Buddha is a mountain". The mountain range in which the Leshan Giant Buddha is located is thought to be shaped like a slumbering Buddha when seen from the river, with the Leshan Giant Buddha as its heart. Leshan is located in Sichuan province and is about 120 km away from Chengdu (which is where I studied in 2009).
Chengdu, the capital of the Sichuan province, is the home ...