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... to the hostel just before 9pm, we went and got some food at a soup place where you chose your ingredients and then they cooked it and added a sauce and stuff which I was really impressed with. It was very tasty and only cost like 18 Yuan. We then headed back and started getting ready and pre-drinking for the evening. We were going to Salitun, the Bar Street, with just cash as it was a prolific pickpocket area. The initial plan was to meet up with some of edits friends who had gone ...
... an interesting night ! Up at noon and off to the Forbidden City ! Through Tian’anmen Gate with Mao looking down at us and into the Forbidden City which was packed ! All of the Houses had a different function – one where they held all state functions, one acting as a dressing room and dress rehearsal space, another where they held their ‘civil ...
... at home and so at peace. The outside world and all its ******** just melts away!
after leaving the temple that is when the day went to hell in a hand cart ;-( Once again the map was as much use as a chocolate tea pot and to cut a long and arduous story short we ended up catching a bus to the craziest train station on the planet. You can't get in without a ticket and we knew there was a metro atop there but could not access it for love not money. In a for of desperation ...
... roofed structures of such a large size. Each main building of the North/South axis served some form of ceremonial purpose linked with a granite central carriageway only which the Emperor could travel along ( and even then he was carried). The courtyard spaces between all main buildings are massive and expansive. All living quarters of eunuchs, advisors and conquebines are located to the east and west and now exhibit relics ...
... was wearing a yellow shirt that day and she assumed I planned my clothing to go with Yellow Submarine. Naturally I agreed. The children are mostly a delight. As I enter the room, peals of 'Hello Mr Paul' can be heard in ebullient unison and the stage is set. There's no off switch for an English teacher here. One is always on the go for every one of the 45 minutes. Now these children have both Chinese and English names and they manage to sometimes choose them ...
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