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... interesting dishes including chicken with chestnuts! With full tummies it was time for the Great Wall and the waiting was worth it. The day was spectacular with bright blue sky and a light breeze.
The Great Wall, one of the greatest wonders of the world, was listed as a World Heritage by UNESCO in 1987. Just like a gigantic dragon, the Great Wall winds up and down across deserts, grasslands, mountains and plateaus, ...
... Taiwan. I had ginger and sugar tea which was delicious. The lady was lovely and was getting us to copy some Chinese characters. We took some interesting photos of people in the Hutongs. I had the experience of using a toilet in the Hutong for the first time! It had been modernised and was clean. There are no doors on the entrance, or on any of the four stalls. There was a Western toilet, but it was just standing facing the main door onto the street! There was a young lady ...
... buildings and the crowds of people is huge and the queue to Moa mausoleum was 2 and and half hours long for a 30 sec glimpse. We didn't wait. We spent 2 hours exploring the Forbidden city. What an amazing place!!!
This afternoon we went to the Temple of Heaven. Spectacular buildings although smog is making things difficult for taking photo's
Tomorrow the Great Wall. Can't ...
... We, the pedestrian, waits for the green man, and once he appears you cross, carefully avoiding any two wheeled vehicles who can go through the green man, killing any unsuspecting pedestrian on his/her way. And any survivor is then the target for all traffic who can turn right even though they are at a red light. Also they seem to be able to overtake both on the inside and outside, depends how they feel. This is a dangerous country! We have found the food in ...
... sometimes, I think. Regardless, it was a cool experience and there are a whole bunch of cool looking cafes, interesting architecture and signs of the district's industrial past.
Also, there was a launch for some kind of smartphone happening in one of the buildings- I think it was one of the china only ones, as I certainly hadn't heard about it.
Regardless, I hope all of you enjoy the myriad of pictures I got from it.