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... South Station to search for me. Eventually, my mum sauntered in and was shocked to find us both there; she had been waiting at the end of the street for three hours and we had walked straight past her. I had not seen a single white person until I walked into the hostel. It would have been quite surprising to have noticed a western woman, let alone my mother, unintentionally hiding behind a tree as she ineffectively watched out for ...
... we were used to back home. But, this unknown "x-factor" was why I had signed up for the trip in the first place, and was able to easily stomach my meal that evening..... By the time we reached the hotel to end our day, I had realized that we had been up for over 26 hours straight. Surprisingly, everyone was in a great mood, but very tired. The extra firm king-sized bed in my room could have been a pile of rocks for all I cared. I was exhausted. Exhausted - but happy. We were in ...
... a family-fun water park. Unfortunately, the reports we hear are that, for the princely sum of £20, you need to prove yourself in a proficiency test before you can even swim, and that is assuming you get through the urine-stench of the changing rooms. A sad story. We took photos of it instead.
The highlight for Lynds was the Bird's Nest : a fantastic piece of architecture and affording really photogenic scenes. For me, the highlight was a rather unheralded piece of ...
... developed fast during the Ming and Qing dynasties. In the Yuan Dynasty, there were about 29 Hutongs, while in the Ming Dynasty (1368 –1644), this number increased to 1,070. In the Qing Dynasty (1644–1911), it grew to 2,076. It is said that by 1949 there were as many as 3,250. But with the passage of time, and the requirement for city construction, the number of them has fallen dramatically. ...
... Wall at Mutianyu at about 11.30am. In the meantime the weather had gotten much worse and it was pouring buckets of water. So finally I was able to test not only the rain-coat I had bought for my travel but also my rain-pants from the USA that I had never used before. Luckily both proved to be quite rain-proof :-).
As usual in these South-East-Asian countries, one ends up paying additional entry fees on the way that one does not know about up-front. Once we had arrived at the ...