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... the Forbidden City and the square is on the south side, so we had a long walk ahead of us! We walked past the walls of the City and then down a long, long street with hutongs - this street went on for a half hour with no side turnings or anything! We eventually reached the square, which was huge (standard Beijing) - apparently it is one of the largest city squares in the world. We were too tired to go in any of the museums by this point, so after being asked to pose ...
... Builder Merchants - safe to say it's got nothing on Travis Perkins (shout out to the team) - a few blocks and broken bags of decorative aggregate constitute to the best merchant in the city according to Kevin. We began our journey back to the hotel where we properly experienced the craziness of cycling on Chinese roads. It is a free for all where rules seem to not apply, there are bike lanes that taxis drive in, you can turn right on a red light, and even when it is ...
... Booked train tickets for our next journey onward; RC managed to get the tickets painlessly using a few words of Mandarin. We took a bus to take on the Terracotta Army. Lots of terracotta figures (15,000 excavated in one of the pits) no two apparently have the exact same face. Very intricate and rather amazing; it would be impressive if they'd been made now let alone way back whenever). Xian day 2 Walked along the streets to explore Xian. Sudden sea smell, ...
Another early start this morning as we got picked up at 7:30am to head to The Great Wall. The weather was once again beginning to get unbare ably hot but luckily the van we were was freezing from the air con being up to the max. After two hours driving, which included one toilet stop at a place that wasn't fit to **** on, we made it to the base of The 'Great' Wall. Just a wall in my eyes, but chairlift up and ...
We decided on Glass noodle soup and kebabs which was very nice, and eat them on the roof garden watching an approaching storm. The lightning was frequent, but sadly, Beijing’s smog removed all details, instead, it was as if the whole sky lit up in one magnificent flash.
We wandered downstairs for a beer or two, and decided that the ping pong duel couldn’t end in a draw, so I royally pasted him four games to one. The King ...