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... and the driver gleefully saw him as the joker in the group and an easy target for his jokes. Wills spent the next 30 minutes getting abuse.
The rickshaw driver was showing us how you used to be able to identify which profession lived in a house by the decoration by the door. He stopped at one place and said it would be the home of ...
... bought a house in the city and when he got married he inherited the house from his parents. He said he is lucky and a lot of people do get mortgages. It's 29 degrees outside makes a change to the rain. And we are going about 200 miles per hour. Upon arrival of Xian all you can see is skeleton shells of tower blocks. There are loads of them. Looks like a massive construction site. Jolly told us there is a massive housing ...
... so close to the city centre, so adding it to a tour saves tourists from finding their own way there. Not that taking the subway in Beijing is particularly difficult, just busy sometimes. It’s quite cheap too - only two yuan to go anywhere in the city. Though I’ve heard they will be raising the prices soon. That evening and the next morning - Tammy’s last day in China! - we did our last bit of souvenir shopping. I had an interesting bargaining experience with ...
... temples (for ancestral worship). Surprisingly, only one burial mound has been excavated, and only because someone accidentally found the tunnel. This tomb can be visited, although we didn’t clamber in there to my slight disappointment. Apparently it’s empty these days and the artefacts from it are displayed in the massive temple in front of emperor Chang’s tomb-hillock.
That evening we had a fantastic Yunnan-style meal at a small courtyard ...
... br> built in an area at the foot of the mountain, with distances ranging
from half a kilometer (547 yards) to eight kilometer (8,749 yards)
between them. The other tombs stretch out on the two sides of Changling
Tomb in a fan shape, except for the Siling Tomb, which sits separately
in the southwest corner. From site selection to design, great attention
was paid to the harmony and ...