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Travel Blogs from Cangzhou
Having thoroughly exhausted ourselves on the fumes of Beijing, we decided to try our hand at a little adventuring on buses, without having a place to stay or a true plan of action - our favourite way to travel.
We woke up relatively early and said goodbye to our lovely honeymoon hotel,packed up and hopped on the subway for a trip to the Dongjimen transport hub. After a short trip crammed onto a 916 bus to Huairou with our backpacks, ...
Once safely on board the train I have the whole day to relax and I start to feel much better. The sky is clear again and I realise I've not seen a drop of rain since 1st December when I stopped for three hours in Vilnius. Once in Russia it only snowed rather than raining and almost every day in Mongolia and China have been sunny (at worst a little cloudy). The Chinese (unlike the Russians) are pretty uninterested in me ...
... In the morning for breakfast I have been eating fresh wonton soup and fruit. They have western style breakfast but it doesn't taste the same. We arrive in 5 hours. A lot of big / tall buildings! So we went to a beautiful hotel and had dinner and then walk to the boon street. It's just like New York Times Square times 5!!! Just beautiful! It had beautiful ferry boats lighted up and the view was do amazing! Shopping is out of this world!!! It was another long ...
You know your hostel sucked when the train's soft sleeper is more comfortable! Actually slept through the night until fabricated birdsong began to belt through the cabin speakers at 7am- why?!!! We were all pleasantly resting, and the train doesn't arrive for another 2.5 hours. Lonely Planet had me worried about getting a ticket to ...
... Manjusri. It is built to suppress the dragon in the sea because this area always being flooded in old time. The local people believe there is a dragon in the sea who caused the flood. So this Lion is also called Zhen Hai Hou - means Surppress Sea Roar.
In order to protect this iron, government built a pavilion over it in 1956. But because lake of sunlight, the oxidation process is fast than before. So at last the pavilion has to ...
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