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... playing tennis with each other and watching [Dana, Lisa, Tony, Corey, Nick, Bridget, Mara, Victoria and I]. After that, because we didn't have to get up early the next day, we had a group gathering in the common room of the boys room and sat around, talked and got to know each other more [Dana, Trisha, Victoria, Corey, Nick, Tony and I]. On a side note, we have walked over 101,000 steps or over 42 miles!!! No wonder my feet hurt ...
... days. Then four more people advise me they were feeling off after the food, so wasn't a good experience for any of us!! So off we went for our rickshaw ride and it was crazy fun, I don't know whether our travel insurance would have covered a crash haha We then we went for a walk down the river and my stomach decided to not play the game again, I'm thinking the bumpy ride in the rickshaw was the cause, so making a run for loo that was clean and ...
... Square to have an aul gander at the place. A bit surreal to actually be here.
We arrived at the top of the square at "Tianamen Tower" (or Gate of Heavenly Peace) which is the entrance to the Forbidden City. This served as the gatehouse to the Ming and Qing Dynasties and now bears a huge portrait of Chairman Mao on the entrance. Mao Tse-tung was the Chinese communist revolutionary who founded the People's Republic of China in ...
I decided to go shopping which was amazing! I found a Forever 21, and I stopped in a corner beer garden to have a chill out, as although there was no humidity, it was still very very hot. After a bit of shopping and a lot of walking, I headed back to the hostel to repack my hand luggage suitcase and head to the airport.
After much deliberation I decided to get the metro. I left slightly later than anticipated, and missed the airport metro. ...
Train journey options to the walled city of Pingyao consisted of soft sleeper, hard sleeper and of course cattle class of hard seat. Of course we decided to pick the cheapest option for the 12 hour overnight journey which actually turned out to be like 'battery hen class' or like 12 hours on the London underground at rush hour with our massive bags. We arrived to our ...