Great Wall of China

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Just one bit of our visit to China on the left Mongollia on the right. Had a ski lift to get this high up and breathing was hard
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Well, Barry,
these excellent pictures are worththe inconvenieces you'got.
Your pictures are showing the classical Chinese Wall.

Kind regards
Klaus
 
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to give some idea ,already at cloud level and only half way up in the ski lift


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not trying tro be posh or anything but we had a " private " trip for the whole holiday, not one in a huge group . Our own tour guide -car and driver. Large coach tour groups just stepped off the coach straight onto the wall and had no idear of the magnitude or height the wall was built at. Even our tour guide took breathing exetercises beforehand

Sue (wife) and guide having a rest, Me? too knackered to hold the camera steady. Well that is my excuse

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wall access from the chinese side.
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