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... on sticks and a dizzying array of other street snacks. The street is strung with Chinese lanterns and completely filled to the rafters with people. I decided that this being more of a tourist trap than authentic Chinese cuisine that I would give the food on offer here a miss (or maybe I just wussed out...). Either way we did eat some more traditional fare including a tasty tofu broth in a local restaurant near the university and of course you can't come to ...
... of "pictures of people taking pictures" and getting various shots of things in odd perspectives. (Mostly that's pictures with me getting my fingers up the nose of things in the background....i will post this once I get to Manila) Did the "walk of rejuvination", which was absolutely hilarious. I will have to update this post later as well **Edit** ok I've added the pictures from the National Museum of propaganda. It's hilarious. Apparently Mao was the Chinese ...
... as I shared the experience with a 7th of the worlds population. This actually wasn't a problem however as something I have quickly come to enjoy is that no matter how many people surround me in China I can always see to the distance, as I'm a head above most of the natives. It makes me consider my deodorant thoughtfully as well as see as far as I like. Welcome to lillyput Gulliver.
Another stunning place and a superb day out. Cheers once again China. or should I say ...
... our breath away as we walked through acres and acres of the city. This was where twenty four Emperors have lived since 1406. The design of the city is based upon the ying and yang and five elements which are wind, fire, water, metal and earth. To think that we were walking the same streets the Emperors walked was humbling. All the roofs are yellow because that is a color reserved only for the Emperor. After a delicious ...
... Palace is that it
is big. Really big. I spent around four hours exploring it. In that time, I saw
temples, a lake, monuments, towers and sculptures, but no palace. The Summer
Palace isn’t so much of a Palace as it is a weekend getaway for the Chinese
Princess of the 1900’s. Nevertheless, what’s there to see is stunningly
beautiful. My mind, eyes and feet are exhausted with the extensive intake of
Whilst in ...
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