Visit China Tibet Yangtze River

Imperial China Tibet, and the Yangtze River holds some of the world’s oldest, and most mysterious civilizations with over, years of backstory what veils will be lifted in the land of the waking tiger.

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So far China is quite unique and I’m learning a lot about it now. I learn a lot more we traveled together for days, and we’re all together, miles in the north to house, and west to east doing lots of different experience here in my motherland we got to be like a family to joining our traveling where we go to Temple of Heaven we mainly we go to the outer range a temple of heaven where is a big public park, and they have lots of people doing media exercise social you know they socialize each other they’re sitting around, and they have lots of interesting activities the temple of heaven constructed between, and is a complex of religious buildings we can see it has a three roof inside we have for the tablet of God over heaven Vasa water the Emperor Preeti and This is nothing to do with any of the religion numeira the Emperor believed in diesem of Buddhism you also need to come here to pray to the heaven the temple of heaven has been described as a masterpiece of architecture, and landscape design in particular no nails were used to build the hall of prayer for good harvest instead posts, and square rafters fit together tightly to support the roof a great wall is great one of my apprehensions was that we were going to go to one of these sites where they had turned the place into a circus but overseas admission travel, and George took us to one of the more we remote kind of areas. So we literally had the place to ourselves.

I had envisioned it being somewhat flatter however, and we were doing nothing but climbing so. I’m glad. I got in shape before the trip but it was outstanding what an experience, it’s making for the level one of my bucket list items crossed it off today.

I love the adventure of it. I love the chance to meet new people. I always learn something new you.

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