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... on this scale can feed a nation of several billion. There were some more extensive fields of citrus; mandarins we assume as they are plentiful and cheap on the street at the moment. Arriving at our destination, Yichang we had plenty of time for an excellent meal made even more excellent by us being very hungry. After a bit of a traffic jam we reached our cruise boat, an upgrade on what we were expecting accommodating 240 Chinese tourists and us. We had opted for ...
... 2000 years ago and involved hundreds of thousands of workers. It is a staggering 2000km in length! Like Hadrian’s Wall it was used as a defence, and if an enemy were approaching fires would be lit using wolves’ dung to send smoke signals to Beijing to warn of an attack.
Beijing is a great place to walk around in the morning and the evening where ...
... People squeezed as many as they could into the pews, but it still left about two rows of people standing up the back. I made several mental notes to never be late, because it is a long time to stand. It was the fifth service this Church was doing for the day, and I couldn’t believe how busy it was. It was inspiring to see so many foreign and Chinese Christians meeting in the one place together. It was a nice sermon, and I enjoyed the whole ...
... It was good too!! Well first day of backpacking for Seema and I must say she didn't do too badly, I made her walk around like a headless chicken with little food and in blazing hot weather and she didn't go mental at me...maybe she is finally seeing things for my point of view..or maybe it's just building up inside her and she will explode over the next couple of days....we shall soon see!! Onto the great wall and the Ming tombs tomorrow, but for now it's time for cheepy ...
... Sanlitun and had dinner Sunday and on Tuesday we went and saw a movie. We'd been wanting to see a Chinese movie for a while now, so we were thrilled at the chance to finally do it. Surprisingly, Chinese movie theaters are very similar to American ones...except the concessions are not ridiculously overpriced (the tickets are pretty similar though). We saw a movie called The Four, which was fortunately in English subtitles, and it was a pretty good experience. ...