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... was the emperor's imperial palace and is a maze of ancient palaces and temples behind a thick 8 metre high wall and surrounded by a 50 metre wide moat, slap bang in the city centre. You can get great views of the whole Forbidden city from nearby Jingshan park. The Temple of Heaven is a huge park south of the centre, with various temples and Confucian structures dating back to the 15th century. Today you will find locals playing cards or chess, singing, having music lessons, ...
... way home, a sudden rain shower and thunderstorm hit. We took shelter under the eaves of a building across from the new China World Media Center. Got a couple nice videos of lightning strikes while waiting for the rain to pass us by. Make sure to watch them both because one is much more impressive than the other as the lightning hit very, very close ...
... was a furnace at the end of the carriage which had bags of coal sat around it. It just goes to show that the trains really haven't been updated for a very long time. You are probably wondering where are the showers, surely Guy wasn't going to not shower for 6 whole days! Well, there are showers on the train but only in the first class compartments and I was too poor to buy a first class ticket :( I did however have lots of wet wipes with me! My previous record ...
... English) and little Chinese children stared and took our photos! We also had an eye full of the Chinese tradition of cutting holes in the bottoms of their toddlers' trousers so they can easily go to the toilet in the streets (lovely). We left early to get to our first train - the bullet train from Beijing to Xi'an on which we are writing this entry. Luckily we left 2 extra hours - the subway line we needed is actually disconnected so we got a ...
... point, the next step was higher than my knee which means you almost had to pull yourself up the step using the handrail.
...and believe it or not, going up is actually a bit easier than going down. Those tall steps make for some really, really deep squats coming down.