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... that the train needed to have its wheel width changed between Mongolia and China due to the different track widths. I had read something about this but hadn't really paid much attention.
The train moved backwards and forwards about 20 times and the whole thing shuddered each time it changed direction. We then saw that all of the carriages had been de-coupled and then realised our carriage had been lifted up from the tracks! The carriage behind us was then moved ...
... on the one child birth control policy which is becoming more flexible as the government realises one child ends up having to care for two elderly parents; there is little state support and culturally one is expected to do it. In fact if a couple are each a single child they can have two, farmers are allowed to have two if the first is a girl, minorities are allowed as many as they like. By minorities he was referring to the 8% of the population who are NOT Han Chinese. ...
Beijing airport has to take the cake though. I did not enjoy it here, they are way anal about flight security. First, I Ghungzhou, I was only given an arrival for to fill in for my transit visa, they were not going to let me through without the departure card filled in as well. Then my checked luggage, that had been checked through to Amsterdam from Brisbane, I had to collect and re check it in. Then I had to unpack it to show them 2 ...
... Hilly road" lead down to the shore of the lake. There was quite a lot of wind
and the breeze felt good as it was surprisingly hot. I walked for about a km
till I reached the entrance of a Buddhist temple, which was located upon a
hill. Yes, more stairs, but well worth it if you ask me. The architecture of
those temples is simply amazing. They use a lot of red, blue and gold to
decorate the exterior. Inside the temple you could admire a lot of buddha
Starting with Friday night, there ended up being about 15 of us gathering at the Brussels bar which was good, so we had a couple there – met some new people who we'd been in touch with on the Internations site, a girl called Tracey from Preston, who is here as a Disney Trainer – teaching young Chinese children English through the world of Disney, and an American guy who has just arrived to teach at one of the International schools.