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... so they have a much wider temperature range than Geelong. Around the border of the flagpole area were about 12 fire extinguishers. If someone wanted to burn the flag, the soldiers would have to run to the extinguisher then back to the base of the pole. Not very practical but I guess it was more of a visual deterrent. We then went under the road of twelve lanes via a tunnel to go into the front entrance of the Forbidden City or it is now called the Palace Museum. It ...
... rapidly disappearing but unlike the more touristy hutongs I've seen, these ones are old and run down local residences and shops, almost akin to shanties in parts of Africa. One constantly is aware of the contrasting facets of a city that I continue to find fascinating on a daily basis.
... just using today as a major lazy day!! I haven't cried as much as I have the last few days so if u are one of the people I blarted to I'm very sorry BUT tiredness and crying aside we're really positive and very excited... Looking into booking the great wall of china and going to see some acrobats and kung fu (that is our daily budget gone already tho). We've seen a poster for a lesson in making dumplings in ...
... br> Lastly, we visited the Forbidden City at the end of Tian´anmen Square. This was a mass complex of Temples, most of which had been rebuilt ´in the style´ of the original. We had become ´templed out´ at this point and flew through, taking more time (no pun intended) in a museum of clocks.
Despite our reservations and fears, China was wonderful. The people are friendly, the food, though sometimes TOO descriptive ...
... half saying that people think the street is a dump. I mean shoot. People don't clean up after their dog poop, their baby poop/pee, their litter, oh man...the sewage is RANCID. It's quite awful, and some of the smells are nigh unbearable. I would love to place Kongqiwuran (air pollution) under this. You know it's sad when I miss, more than anything, my blue skies. It's understandable when people are in terrible moods all over the place when they're surrounded in grey, humid, ...