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... but are quite plain inside. The wind decided to get up whilst we were there, the promised sandstorm from the Gobi desert....face masks were quickly whipped out of pockets ! The Temple of Heaven, built as a place to pray for good harvests, is an exquisite Temple, again raised on a platform, in the middle of an enormous park, accessed through stunning lilac blossomed tunnels. The perfume was quite heady. This is somewhere you can spend many an ...
... where guests sleep on heated floors in traditional Korean style; basic – sporadic hot water and frequent power cuts but a great experience as you are living literally next door to the local inhabitants. Please note that the area around Kaesong is considered to be a malarial area by the WHO, however, provided tourists take proper precautions (use good mosquito repellant and mosquito nets – these are provided in the hotel we use) there is very little risk ...
... made our way back to our guide Nancy who told us the toboggan ride was closed for the day but the ski lift would reopen once the thunder had passed. It was a windy & exciting ride down. We managed to make the most of our wall visit despite the weather. We were ready for lunch and a good one at that - green beans with Sichuan pepper, fried fish, eggplant in a black bean sauce, chicken with chestnuts - hit the ...
... in love with a dress on Taobao, China’s answer to e-bay, ordered the dress but the seller disappeared off the face of the earth sadly, so I got a refund but no dress. Bad as I’d totally fallen in love with an emerald green & black number, perfect for a ginger for an Irish Ball!! Plan B, bought a safe black number the Sunday before just in case…. thankfully I did! There was a group of 22 of us on 2 tables, 10 of the boys had ordered matching green bow ties for ...
Xi'an, a place with more than 3,100 years of history. It's name 西安 (Xi'an) literally means "Western Peace". The people I saw there were very laid back and easy going.
We got to see the terracotta warriors.. they were soooo awesome!!!
We also tried some traditional foods off the street.
One night we went to see a Tang Dynasty show... there was dancing... singing... art... and acrobatics!
I enjoyed visiting Xi'an :D ...