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... park we saw a group of people playing what can only be described as keepy-uppies with a giant shuttlecock. Apparently it is a popular sport in Beijing and is called Jianzi. Wills seemed quite impressed by the skill involved and I am sure he secretly wanted to have a try himself.
We arrived into Belhai Park and saw a shop selling ice ...
... at the Beijing system, clean, on time, great security and 20p per person per trip. Yes, that's right! All four of us travelled for 8 yuan (80p approx). Returned to the hotel for a cuppa and a Danish pastry pinched from breakfast this morning (Johns idea!) Then back out onto the underground for a night visit to Tiananmen Square. It was even more wonderful all lit up! Early start in the morning to fly to Hong Kong and the final segment of this incredible trip ...
Basically, Google moved their HQ from china to HK. It works like 1% of the
time. Im only able to write this because I connected to an american VPN.
But good luck uploading any images/videos on a VPN. sooo slow
I'll update you guys when i get to Zhengzhou. Lots of amazing photos to
share of the great wall, summer palace and forbidden city.
SO MANY PEOPLE!!!
... the hotel. We have a bridge over the street to get across so we are really comfortable here! Will get dinner and an early night to prepare for tomorrow's sightseeing. We decided to get room service for dinner - first time ever! It was so cold out and we wanted something more than two minute noodles. I had a snooze after breakfast and we did some washing. A quiet, catch up day but we needed to have ...
... us to get to Shanghai.
The countryside is actually quite boring compared to our train trips in Europe although as visibility is restricted you are unable to get a full appreciation of the mountain ranges. Most nearby view is of rice fields and farming areas.
It is very noticeable the amount of high rise buildings being built that appear to have come to a halt. At many locations you can see buildings of approx. 40 stories high all with no ...