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... This regrettably brought 2014’s flip-flop season to an untimely end. A restaurant owner, who was either kind or uninterested in seeing my flappy toe skin, gave me a plaster. I have no doubt his gesture made the food five times more delicious for everybody in the restaurant.
I was enchanted by Pingyao’s ancient city. Having lived in a painfully new city for thirteen months, it was a joy to be able to swan around the stunning, old buildings ...
Walk the wall and do some the touristy things. Way too hot to spend too much time outside. Drink beers in air conditioned lobby.
Leave Pingyao by bus for Shaolin Temple via a change in Tiyuan, then to Zhengzhou and then to Denfeng. Our bus experience was nice, at both stations we had ...
... streets of Pingyao. I
tried one of the local pastries, something deepfried with a green kind of jelly
inside.It had a strong taste and to be honest i don’t know what I ate, but
sometimes it’s better to keep it like that..
The main streets of the city were made for tourists, shops selling the same
kind of ****** things nobody would ever use, fake antiques and Mao
relics... I didn’t really liked the atmosphere, but once you ...
... the mountains and ate very well in the lodge. It was a really cosy place and was very relaxing. The walking we did was magnificent and we had a great time walking the trails. On the Wednesday we headed back to Johannesburg for two last nights with Bruce's family. All in all we had a great time in South Africa and it was a great break before we ventured into the most craziest places China and Japan. The next blog will talk about the adventures we have have had in the very busy land of ...
... nice, and is a million times nicer than the place we stayed in Beijing.... And all for £10 a night! Now to get some food (we haven't eaten in 15 hours!) and off to explore pingyao, which is the only city in china to still have its original city walls... Bring it on! (Just to note, the hotel it has come up with that we are staying is not the right one...much too posh for us travellers! Ours is Tian Yi Hotel, No.9 Mi Jia Xiang, Pingyao ...