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... back to the valley before doing the climb back to the summit. I'm then informed by my British friends that the other way was preferable so I make a quick sprint in the opposite direction to get a better view and so see a beautiful pagoda on the wall. I hasten back to the cable car and am the last passenger to join our group. Back to suburban Beijing and a quick drive pass the Olympic village before we visit the Silk museum. This time I succumb to a silk quilt - which looked so ...
... detailed traditional
and contemporary facades. The hectic streets and roads presented new challenges
for the girls, very quickly learning that not all drivers will obey road rules
or street lights, or give way to pedestrians. So learning to be sharp on their
toes, and alert around the roads, they manoeuvred their way around the streets
with their guide cautiously. The stores were filled to the brim with lots ...
... According to these, bad spirits and evil winds descending from the North must be deflected; therefore, an arc-shaped area at the foot of the Jundu Mountains north of Beijing was selected. This 40 square kilometre area — enclosed by the mountains in a pristine, quiet valley full of dark earth, tranquil water and other necessities as per Feng Shui — would become the necropolis of the Ming Dynasty. A 7-kilometer (4 ml) road named the "Spirit ...
... My bicycle pedlar pushed me aside to tip-toe into Bret's face screaming "This is NOT Shanghai! THIS BEIJING!!! BEIJING BETTER THAN SHANGHAI!!!! I'll spare you the rest of the details but will note that it was me who caved. I said it wasn't worth it and gave them 200 and said that if they would show us how to get out of the alley way they had dumped us in, I would give them extra 100. I fully believe that Bret would have stood there and argued with them but ...
... in the history of China, there are security checks with metal detectors and x-ray machines at each entrance to the square. There are security cameras and guards dressed as civilians everywhere. The German with whom we were talking last night told us about a friend who visited the square and was dumb enough to pull out and a sign that said "Independance to Tibet" and was put in jail for 2 days! So we behaved nice!
In the evening we went out to ...