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... a good mood so I end up writing postcards about the wall to people until the other girls get back. We chat for a bit, swap details and pictures, they give me a great tip on what hostel to stay at in Yangshuo before we all realise the time and say goodnight and good bye. On a side note the mosquito bites have now started, I forgot to spray today because I hadn't been bitten yet, alas think I've been bitten 5 times! And all in random places as well like my hand, shoulder and toes, ...
... over the buildings at about 8am. It was rather smoggy but fine. After a huge breakfast in the hotel we set out about 10-30am. With the cold weather here the best times to be out and about seem to be between 10-30am and 3-30pm. On the map it did not seem too far to walk to Tian'amen square but that was very deceptive. Though Fletcher's knee is fine he has a sore Achilles tendon and walking a long way did not help that. We eventually found an Underground station and ventured in. ...
... two days, we gave in and went to bed relatively early. The next morning gave us enough time to pack and head to the airport. We liked China, but after three days of being cold, we were ready to get into the heat of the Philippines. Seventy-two hours in Beijing was a great way to start our trip. The city wasn't as crowded as I was expecting, and it was surprisingly easy to navigate. Overall, Beijing was filled with interesting architecture, friendly people, and delicious and cheap ...
... stalls and buy touristy bits before getting lunch n grabbing the coach back to Beijing.
Once back we chilled out before grabbing a pizza at Pizza Hut... Which unlike the the KFC had food as expected, ( - as well as additional Chinese options).
Back at hotel we sorted our bags ready for tomorrow's afternoon flight and our day bag to do some more tourist stops during the day. ...
... grab a pair of shoes. I like this bargaining game. I think I'm fairly good at it but Dad thinks i push too hard for a couple of dollars here and there. I think that's part of it, but i end up giving the extra 2 dollars because I now feel like a miser.
Nanluoguxian is one of the oldest and well maintained hutongs in Beijing. It's over 700 years old and it is an evening and nightlife hidden gem. Like the hutong in the French Concession in ...