Wangfujing Youth Hostel
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... 8211; double yeuck and hot coffee so 1 out of 3 ain’t bad. Back onto subway Line 2 – old hands at this underground mularky now ;-)
So ….. back to the brothel debate – is it or isn’t it ? On the one hand there is always one woman dressed in a very short mini skirt and stockings (whilst smoking) sitting behind a huge window as if ...
Yikes, yet again I failed to get a good nights sleep, if this carries on this blog will turn into a suggestive script for the next series of 'The Walking Dead'. Last night Dan managed to yet again help himself to many of the Hostel beverages, though at 50p for a 600ml bottle of Tsingtao beer, I can’t blame him; only my continuing man flu held me back! As such, when I woke from my few hours of fitful sleep I decide that it was stupid to sit in bed, quietly ...
... than the picture of the mosque interior.
I went down a sidestreet to where I thought it was and was pointed in another direction again. I found another building I thought was the mosque but they said no too. They pointed me in the right direction and eventually I was there. It was locked but a lady wanted to enter so I went in with here and they didnt say anything. Turns out this was the back entrance and the public entrance was open.
This was an ...
... sit at a cubicle any day.
As the bus wiggled its way through the streets, soon we were catching glimpses of The Great Wall in the distance, perched upon the mountaintops, rolling across the separated stone arches. The image was incredible, and it was the first time that I can recall that I’ve seen such a harmony between man’s construction and the environment in which he places it. It didn’t seem like a sick tumor protruding from the Earth, as so many ...
... in their street clothes).
I even bumped into a man taking a bird for a walk in Jinshang park this morning. He had a birdcage (covered) in one hand and was wandering around the park. You could hear the bird rustling and tweeting in the cage. Didn't get a pic but I was so baffled I had to go and Google this. I found the following :
"In China, many parks and open-air places with lush trees in the
suburbs are frequented by elderly people holding ...