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... Unlike so much of the old architecture in China, the building here haven't been ruthlessly restored, as one blog I read put it. I stopped in a few other similar museums to the first before going to the main attraction: the former government offices. This museum was so cool! It was a big complex made up of many buildings and courtyards. Most rooms had exhibits on one thing or another. The former prison was particularly fascinating, with a totally creepy section of instruments ...
... Beijing on this day, the host school had
regretfully cancelled the flag ceremony and outdoor Kung Fu sessions. In
comparison to the week of their arrival, the skies were not the crisp clear
blue skies they had been welcomed with, but now a film of grey haze. Indoor
sessions and classes now became the priority until the air pollution was deemed
safe enough to return to the outdoors.
Now indoors, the classes brought forward for ...
... the alleys of old Beijing. Hutongs are narrow streets or alleys, commonly associated with Northern Chinese cities, and prominently in Beijing. In Beijing, hutongs are alleys formed by lines of siheyuan, traditional courtyard residences. Many neighbourhoods were formed by joining one siheyuan to another to form a hutong, and then joining one hutong to another. The word hutong is also used to refer to such neighbourhoods. Then ...
... 2 dollars and some odd sum) and got on the open boat. I then met some people from Xinjiang (I think that is correct), and to give you a little geography lesson, they live in the western-most section of China. Most of the area is Arabic, and so were they. We landed on the pretty island and I saw them again later, where they proceeded to give me an amazing pear and some Xinjiang homemade snacks. We shared cellphone numbers and I went back home with a gorgeous ...
... at that time (and probably that day!), our plane is parked at the other end of the airport and we all have to get bussed out to it. I take my seat (in an aisle seat and 10 rows behind the nearest hockey kid!) and fail to sleep. All the same, I have officially commenced my journey home which means that my holiday is over. Thankfully, I have five days to move 2000kms north to Cairns to take up a new job which will hopefully keep me nice and occupied for a ...