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... kids really enjoyed using chopsticks and learning about the local customs.
They are really enjoying their time here and practicing their Chinese when they can.
We then visited the Confucius Headquarters in Beijing. The headquarters for Chinese language and culture throughout the world. The kids were able to learn paper cutting and watched an expert paint Beijing opera masks. ...
... thanks Michael, Anthony and Mindy.....my new earrings are beautiful!) Tour of the Ming Tomb (OMG there were more stairs) Peking Duck dinner Acrobat and Opera show Birthday Cake from Howard...complete with hat, candles and song What a day. What a life. And inspired by the inscription of ..."Young Forever......" on my birthday cake....we will do it all again tomorrow. Today's pedometer reading: 14 290 (with an UP THE STAIRS factor that needs to be added) Temperature; 28 ...
... was £50 including drinks which given the food and service was excellent value as this would have cost at least triple in London.
That evening we didn't really feel like leaving our hostel, but having booked tickets for the Kung Fu show we felt obliged and duly set off in a cab. Upon arrival we met our ticket vendor, grabbed our discounted tickets and approached what we thought was the main building. As we got there it was shut, there were no lights on and if it ...
... round the square, hand in hand...except when we took a corner and he let me go and instead of turning i just kept going straight...into a wall! What an excellent way to spend a night in Beijing, mixing with the locals, doing what they do for fun!
Finally it was time to see the main attraction, some wall or other which they call great. And great it was, spectacular ...
... out in the open to rot. Some of the buildings had windows, but a lot of them did not. The items that were left in the rooms didn't look to be dusted in a long time either. I really want to go back to see what they had in the museum.
My favorite parts were the royal dog podium (not sure if that is what it actually is) and the miniature landscapes made from jade and other precious stones. We had to ...