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... rickshaw so they asked us to get into a taxi. Cian and Des only left us for a couple of minutes and we already got into a typical Clíona/Miriam situation, hahaha! The taxi driver got us to the right area and stopped at the end of a street and told us the shop would be there but we didn't think it was so asked him to phone the tattooist (she can only speak Chinese) and ask for directions. We we're right! Shop was a couple of streets down.. After giving the driver a little ...
... so loud - even louder than The Chi (my dad for the readers that don't know). We arrived at the Great Wall around 08:50 beating the crowds. The peacefulness and clean air was something well received by both Kelsey and I after the hussle and bussle and inner city smog and spitting of Beijing. There were several options of getting up to the wall; a gondola, a chair lift and to Kelsey's dislike the 1300 stair climb - we took the stairs :) the Great Wall was an incredible ...
... surface of the wall. This part is in superb condition and very well maintained. It was truly inspiring and poignant to see what a human labour force can create over so many thousands of kilometers. We didn't walk too far, but for more energetic people they could walk to the Mongolian border.
The weather has improved each day and today was sunny and about 25%. The smog has decreased and up in ...
... looked after but never again touched! The only other males allowed inside the forbidden city were the eunuchs, who looked after the concubines for obvious reasons!! Many families sold their sons to the forbidden city supposedly for a better life!
The temple of Heaven was set among some lovely gardens, where many locals played sport, danced, sang or played an instrument! We have noticed how local people all over Asia ...
... a lot different from Shanghai and Nanjing, we can’t really put a finger on why. More organised. Maybe it is because we are becoming more accustomed to our roles as travellers . We are becoming more relaxed and chilled. We have even eaten in a couple of placed where the menus were only in mandarin and we may or may not have had chicken?????? And so so the travellers live continues.
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