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... with our first big purchase, we brought a jade screen from the place that makes them but we bought a gold leaf one first and I later changed my mind, I was concerned that the authentic and stunning screen might look a bit toooo authentic, I wasn't keen on our home looking like a Chinese restaurant. Thanks to my gorgeous friends around the world who confirmed I had made the right choice it's so cool to be connected ...
... couple. The flight left that night at 8 pm. Those extra hours of rest were actually just fine with Jim and me. I had a long nap, just what I needed. By 10 pm we finally arrived at the Kerry hotel in Beijing. To our surprise even the luggage had made it to our room already. We called it a day, because we knew, that the next day would be a busy one. We had to pack in three sights, one that we missed the day before.
See you in the morning, Nelly and ...
... were painted with hair and skin colours, fitted with moveable arms and hands, and then clothed. While the colours were still obvious, the arms had rotted and the clothing damaged over the centuries. In another display, there was a range of animal figurines including pigs, including quaint piglets, dogs, sheep, cocks and
hens, all made in avivid and lively style. A 3D model showed the colourful wagons ...
... The guides say it is because there isn't the pollen in the air, whatever it is, it is good! And certainly Peter hasn't been snoring as he normally does. I'm sure the same goes for me!
We pulled into Xi'an north railway station 5 minutes ahead of schedule and found our guide, or he probably found us. The station was pretty well deserted - not sure where the crowds had gone. Jason was very thoughtful of our comfort and well being, but there was ...
... a scorching 97 degrees. The heat had
started to take its toll on the Chinese. Men openly walk around with their
shirts turned up exposing their stomachs, most of whom shouldn’t really be
showing off their naval regions. As Matt rested, I headed out in search of
basic supplies, including toilet paper. Toilet paper is not readily available
or offered in most public places and even some of the hostels we have stopped
in. With Matt having issues on a good day and ...