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... dinner. A rather nice looking gaff caught our eye. They had an English menu, thank goodness. Everything was tasty and a good portion size. The restaurant was Yunnan, a style of Chinese food. Even the waiter and waitresses were dressed in traditional garb. We didn't go daring, pigs trotter will never sound appealing, or funky enough to try just so I can say "I ate pigs trotters". Slap up meal, beers, shake, £16. Bargain! We hit the sack late, but had a nice long lie in ...
... bought a house in the city and when he got married he inherited the house from his parents. He said he is lucky and a lot of people do get mortgages. It's 29 degrees outside makes a change to the rain. And we are going about 200 miles per hour. Upon arrival of Xian all you can see is skeleton shells of tower blocks. There are loads of them. Looks like a massive construction site. Jolly told us there is a massive housing ...
... amazing, but
when you finally stand there you aske yourself: ”Is that it?” It’s not as
impressive as it looked like, but mybe the grey sky and the incredible amount
of Chinese tourists spoiled the beauty of it. I took my time to inspect it from
all sides and continued my way to the other sections of the park. I crossed a
few other temples and shrines before witnessing some modern Chinese dancing at
the exit gate.
It looked ...
... we found! When we saw the masses crowding into the temple, jumping around to get a glimpse, we gave up and went to the Temple of Heaven, which, for the first time, seemed nearly empty to me.
Not to worry though! With our extra day in Beijing, we enjoyed a spacious tour of Yonghegong, a stroll around Confucius Temple, and a bar night at Houhai Lake.
... With having to stand up for so long maybe the rumours of the adult nappies are true. Apparently the trains are so full you can’t move through the carriage so people have to resort to wearing nappies.... use your imagination as to why!
The Year of the Snake
We were last in Beijing in 2009 and did most of the major sights both in and around the city. We decided to stop off for a few days after the long trip on the Trans-Siberian and it ...