Chun Hui Yuan Resort
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... free. We are already 4 towers up the wall in this section and the top of the section is tower 13. We have 2 and 1/2 hours. Tower 10 will be a good achievement given the weather and the climb. It's so steep, some of the steps are my knee height. There are already a lot of people making their way up the wall. We get to the 8th then 9th tower and it's been pretty hard. After this the number of people thin out and it gets steeper. The rain is quite heavy now and it's very cold. We get to ...
... we were here before they had the same shirts with Bush. Seems they do this with whichever President is in office. After lunch, we drove past the Olympic Stadium--The Bird's Nest and the Water Cube. The bird's nest is used in winter time as an ice skating rink and the water cube has been converted into a water park. Our last stop of the day was to a traditional Chinese medicine. I was thoroughly amazed that just ...
... look good with dyed hair." I bluntly said.
I walked back to my room to chill. Mike was busy until he realized that the my new backpack was delivered. He went off to go get it for me. So happy that I chose to live with a Chinese roommate. Mike is right there to order things online for me if I can't find it myself.
My original TBC bag broke. I tried to get a new one in the TBC office, but Andrea said that I would have to pay two-hundred RMB for it. ...
... of the region). The walkway is guarded by sacred animals - lions, unicorns, camels, elephants, ki-rin, and finally the exalted Human representatives of the Emperor (generals, sages, venerable scribes). A fascinating walk through a tree-and-statue lined path, with a chorus of cicadas providing the soundtrack.
Finally, my dears, we ended up at a small village - according to Kevin, our guide, peopled by the descendants of the guardians of the Ming tombs - where ...
... to take us to Cuandixia Village, we find the bus, which resembles more of a coach. And using both my IPhone's translation app and finding someone who speaks English, we discover that yes, we were on the right coach and apparently the short trip we were expecting was two hours away. The coach drove through beautiful snowcapped mountains traversing rural China. it was clear we were ...