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... are a lot people as I said. First the hard sleepers get sold out (there are also soft sleepers which have more privacy, but they are relatively expensive). Then the seats get sold out, but the ticket sale continues. First it looked so weird to me that many people have standing places, which are equally expensive as seat tickets. But it is the same in the Netherlands, when there are no places left, you have to stand. Only here, you get a seat number ahead ...
... day however more back tyre trouble, this time I was almost at the top of the mountain when I heard a bang a thought was a shotgun and jumped out of my skin! It turns out it I had a blow out in my back tyre, the whole side wall of had ripped which gave me the fright of my life. I gave Jane a call and she waited for me however despite our endeavors we couldn’t fix it, so I ended up walking down the other side of the mountain until I eventually came on a ...
... they’re working on them, on the whole they were pretty good with a cycle lane which gives you some room from the articulated lorries and other heavily loaded vehicles that are on the main roads with you, although I hope it’s not all like this.
We stop for lunch and have soup with noodles at a small roadside place and I’ve a chance to catch my breath, it’s full of local people having their lunch and although they stop and ...
... went up and up as we drove down the valley alongside the river, from our overnight spot high in the mountains.
Up early in the morning to go and look at where we are camped up for the night, at Jianmen Pass or Jianmenguan.
The Battle of Jianmen Guan was a battle fought between the communists and the nationalists during the Chinese Civil War in the post World War 2 era ...
... month’s worth of blog entries and photos, visited the Forbidden City,
Tienanmen Square and the Temple of Heaven in Beijing, been to the pearl market
and on a food odyssey in the hutongs, met up with my cricket skipper on a
desperate recruiting drive for next season, done all our Christmas shopping,
taken an overnight train to Xi’an, cycled around the city walls and visited the
truly phenomenal terracotta warriors. All pretty chilled out really.