Our language school’s glorious annual camping trip on the Great Wall, about 45 minutes outside JÃ¬xiÃ n (è“ŸåŽ¿).
We arrived, ate lunch on the Wall, hiked down off the wall to a nearby village (photos), returned, pitched the tents (Jessica and I slept under the stars- er, clouds), and had dinner together. The next morning we ate, left all our stuff on the bus, and hiked along the Wall for about two hours to HuÃ¡ngyÃ¡guÄn (é»„å´–å…³), a big restored walled town that’s now a major tourist attraction.
For one of our teachers it was his first time to ever visit the Great Wall. It’s always fun to get to spend this much non-classroom time with the teachers. (34 photos.)
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Related blog posts & photo gallery:
- How to: Camp on the Great Wall (post)
- New photo galleries: Happy Forest village & Great Wall camping! (post)
- Happy Forest Village (å¿«æ´»æž—æ‘) – 08 June 6 (photos)
We went last year, too:
2008 June 6-7