No.2 Reception House of State Government
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... food for us and I
have to say, he done very well, flavours and different dishes were
great, good job Louie.
A return to the bar for a few night caps, and
explain the concept of getting the beers cold to Louie. Doug and I
pulled Louie aside and made sure the following nights would have this,
let's see how things pan out, the explanation was clear, but the reply
by Louie was "In ten minutes"! I don't know how much Louie ...
... was shades of red and gold. A moat also surrounds the bulk of the city, most likely to provide security when it was inhabited by emperors. Stone statues of dragons, turtles and lions were also in the Forbidden City, each one had a great importance to the history of this site. After visiting here we headed off to have lunch at a vegetarian restaurant. I did not know that it was vegetarian until after the meal and the dishes tasted like they had meat in them! ...
... and shape it into the pattern shapes. This could be 1000's of shapes or only several hundred. Then each piece is carefully glued into place.
Next step is done by an artist. Using only natural dyes, they can create over 60 different colors. They use eye droppers and very small brushes to put the colors inside the wire designs. Then the object is fired at 780 degrees. This is repeated six times with the artist having to remember exactly what color they used each time. The firing ...
... walls, to governement buildings to posters, it was almost like he was watching your every move. We were now just arriving at Tianamen Square but before we got there the gates to the forbidden city were now to our left, so we deicded to check it out. We looked at entry prices which were reasonable and were about to go in when I said to Kirsty that I just wanted to quickly take some photo's of Tianamen Square before we did.
With that we set off round the corner and as ...
... made clothes in Vietnam!) that I am fed up of carrying it all around. I took my bag of goodies along with me and they were emptied out on a large table for inspection. The woman took great delight in unwrapping all my perfectly wrapped bits and passing comment on the number of cat related items and laughing at my cuddly shark. All the breakables were wrapped in layers of bubble wrap and all piled into a (huge!) box. I got rid of 7kg of stuff. Brilliant! After a lot of ...