There is so much to write about from the past 2 1/2 weeks that I don’t know where to begin. I think I’ll start the easy way and let my photos do the talking. Well, I’ll do some talking to begin with but I’ll keep the chatter to a minimum.
We were in Beijing (can you say C-O-L-D?) for a few days. We returned Tuesday evening and I only had 2 days left before Andrew headed back to the US “on the longest flight known to man.” They are his words but I totally concur. He and I did a lot of exploring while he was here and I don’t only mean the markets. We went to a few temples, a charming old/new village downtown, some museums, other historical sites that don’t fit into any of the previous categories, and the TV tower. There will be a few posts later next week about the fun we had.
I realized while I was looking at my pics from Beijing that I have an affinity for statue faces and building adornments. And in China? That’s a good affinity to have because they like their mythical creatures and religious beings.
1PM – 55°
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