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... dealt with. A monorail took us from one end of this huge building to the other. Packed in like sardines with a boisterous, mostly Chinese crowd, we eventually made it to luggage pick up where the bags, for once, came quickly. We said goodbye to our new friends and promised to hopefully meet up again. We were met by the wonderful, smiling Ray who held high the Wendy Wu sign with our surnames scribbled underneath. Ray told me that whilst his ...
Apparently everyone knows of this one except me. The "friendly young local", aka 24-year-old "Tiffany" (the name should've been a giveaway), explained some of the other sights in Tiananmen, and said she'd show me a hutong - traditional alleyway - nearby. This hutong was so traditional it even had a McDonalds. As the walk was at least a kilometre, she suggested getting coffee before walking to the Forbidden City. ...
The air today was absolutely insane, like I could actually feel the dust going into my lungs as I breathed in, so I bought myself a mask. Serves two purposes really: helps prolong my life AND reduces the amount of staring I receive, as I think I now blend in slightly ...
... s. There must have been about 25 returning to the depot and the new riders ready to keep the pedals spinning.
Referred to our map and off to the Nanluoguxiang Hutongs, funny how everything appears closer on the maps.
The Hutongs are small or narrow streets based on traditional housing areas to form neighbourhoods. Many of these have been lost to development but the one we went down was preserved for tourists and contained a mixture of souvenir shops, all sorts of ...
So Thursday morning, Tracy does the 'oh I don't mind what we do' thing, making out that I didn't have any plans (ha ha ha.....!) and promised Andy that he could buy a remote control helicopter which he's been wanting ever since the Romsey show last Christmas. Off we go to the Pearl Market, as there is a toy market behind and the Temple of Heaven opposite (yes, you can see my 'non' planning!). We walked straight into a flying helicopter, a bit of haggling & got one for a ...