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... the day. These two buildings were critical to the accurate time-keeping of Beijing for centuries and we were lucky enough to hear a drum performance whilst we were there. We then hiked over to the Lama Temple, which was a significantly bigger complex than we expected and consequently we spent a good couple of hours wondering through admiring the architecture, religious art and deities. I actually preferred the Lama Temple to the Forbidden City, but I suspect my judgement is ...
... on the east side was the length of the east wall!
Obligatory photo with Mao on Tianamen Gate. The square was very busy with huge numbers of people coming to look at the gate and on through to the Forbidden City. The gate is important as this is where the Communist Revolution's success was announced. The square is enormous, a huge road runs through close to the gate, and the main square is surrounded with large formal buildings including ...
... this took place some way beyond our starting point and was thus at least an hour's walk away with little time left to allow us to reach the toboggan and then get back to where we needed to be at the bottom of the mountain for lunch. There followed a desperate search for information and, in a classic example of hearing what you want to hear, Helen dashed around asking anyone who looked like they worked there whether the toboggan ride was running. As they all said ...
... after descending have run surprisingly smoothly. My luggage did not mysteriously disappear, I was able to find a mobile phone vendor at the airport and get a new Chinese cell number (1361543772 if you need to reach me), I walked onto the nearly empty Airport Express (机场快轨), and rode all the way to Dongzhimen Station (东直门站), which is the closet metro stop to my apartment.
I had ...
... is here. Saturday reached a record, 800. Shocking. Safe levels of particles are 0-50. 400 is quite common here on a bad day, and we thought the highest readings were 500. The 'official' Chinese measurements were in the 400's, but the US Embassy publishes the correct readings, for which China is not grateful for...... really bad. It's down to about 350 again today, and pretty grim out there, can't see too much out the window.
Sunday I met my friend Gina for ...