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... houses are a random mix of tiny dwellings and grander establishments laid out around many courtyards. Privacy is in short supply, we find ourselves brushing past people's washing and notice that they are growing vegetables tucked in at the foot of the trees. The most popular form of transport is little enclosed motorised or bicycle powered rickshaws, very practical for the narrow streets. The upwardly mobile however do insist ...
... next to a large group doing another kind of more marching exercises, beside a group doing Tai Chi like exercise but with a sword, next to another area where people were dancing. A little further along there was more of an exercise park with equipment to work with, and people playing a hacky-sack-like game kicking a badminton like bird around with their feet. And a bit further on, there was a band with a keyboard, alto sax, two tenor ...
... car crashed into a
crowd of people around midday and burst into flames in the square
just by Chairman Mou's picture. This crash killed five people, some
of whom were tourists, and injured around 40. At this stage they
don't know whether it was an accident or not. It must have happened
just after we left the area.Lilly then took us to a traditional tea house where a lovely young lady
made several different teas for us, all of which we quite enjoyed.
... to see along it for a good ~3km (of the 4000!). Our route was up on the way and down on the way up. The views of China were stunning, though I did find it funny that on one side all the ground was snowy and the other barely had any!
We went through 5 turrets before we reached the old part of the wall with a pathetic "no entry" sign on that everyone ignored; it more or less asked you to it was that ****. Along this part of the wall there has been no restoration ...
... titters of some of the group, who couldn't quite believe what he was going to do. Sure enough, Trevor delicately tickled the driver under the chin with the feather, eliciting a snort and a grunt as the driver awoke with a start, much to the amusement of those waiting nearby. :-)
It did the trick, however and, folding up his lounger and putting it back in the hold of the bus, he opened the vehicle up and we all trooped inside, ready for ...