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Travel Blogs from Beijing
Well the story goes: Had breakfast this morning we have settled on light beaky of toast & eggs etc. You can't go to wrong them.
Very cloudy humid & hot today.
We thought we may get a little wet on the wall.
Well we did but not from the rain it was the sweat pouring out.
There was a lot of low cloud & smog over the wall but it still looked fantastic. ...
... In her usual fashion Amity made instant new friends. Being the youngest in the group Amity got to ride piggyback anytime she wanted. Amity found her spot in the back of the bus with the "Tweens" and "Teens". The girls ended the night with a swimming party at the hotel pool with only one parent allowed in to chaperone. Parents dragged the kids all out of the pool after 9 pm. The greatest part was that Amity was meeting other adoptive families just like ...
Later, we went to dinner at this fancy place that also included a performance. We watched everything from a man who quickly changes masks while dancing, to a man pretending to be a woman singing Chinese opera... that was very painful. It sounded more like cat dying, but I tried to... appreciate the culture.
... possibly could in the six days that we had in Beijing.
Drum & Bell Towers: The drum and bell towers are ancient time keeping towers used for over 700 years. The drum tower provided amazing views over the city from the small hutongs below to the massive sky scrapers on the horizon. We had seen that there was a drum show every 30 minutes but given that we had paid £2 each to climb the tower we didn’t expect much for our money. We were ...
... out not once have we heard a child misbehave or be noisy at the dining table must be because they have to concentrate so ******* using the chopsticks!
The weather being so lousy the following day meant we gave up on another visit to the city and headed for the hills hoping it may be better. Oh dear it was worse, we couldn't even see the mountain let alone the Great Wall.
Have we some how been transported back to the UK ?