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... and the levitating carriage palaver. We finally got moving again at 1am.
We woke up to stunning, mountainous scenery from the window. This was definitely the best leg of the journey for great views.
... So like England I thought. This talk was delivered quite publicly in English but there are plenty of other English speaking Chinese about. We returned to our cabin where I slept, and snored, and Roz took pictures of the very beautiful gorge with Mandarin ducks we were passing through. Next up was a lesson in Mahjong, in simplified form. It turns out that the game is quite similar to Rummy: building sets, sequences and pairs. It was brilliant to learn to play and made all ...
Can not believe that I had to wake up at five am this morning for a class field trip. My professor wanted us to go to a temple fair outside of Beijing. It was at least an hour bus ride.
When my class met with our professor at west gate, I was taken back by my professor wearing a eye patch. He was expressing a facial muscle issue. The eye patch made him look like a bad guy from a James Bond movie.
With my reaction seeing his eye patch, ...
... continued my way down again and prolongued to the 17 arches bridge that
connects the shore with a tiny island. I sat down for a while on the shore of
the lake enjoying the views and the tranquility. Ok, I must admit I got quite
tired from all this walking, but I consider it as a good preparation for the
future walks with the Scmuckiteam in winter :--) After resting for a good half an hour I
crossed the bridge onto the tiny island, visited the temple, took pics of an
No doubt it's a big square... a couple of points of interest are some of the statues there commemorating the people's revolution and the national congress building (Chinese parliament I guess...)
There were too many things inside the museum to see... ancient coins, vases, paper scrolls, etc. Many fro Qing Dynasty (around 1600-1700's) bu other items from the 1200's and even ...