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... toilet and shower facilities in his home. Most have their own chooks and animals as well in their areas. Many of the other Hutongs have communal toilets and showering....I think that was the 'Aroma' we smelt travelling along the laneways. Communal toilets are just a row of squats no doors. These and the public toilets are best avoided ...my shoes will never be the same again the squats are stomach churning and when there is a western toilet these are not much better. There are ...
After a long flight we arrived early only to sit on the Tarmac for 30 minutes while the other air canada flight left the bay...getting through immigration was easy...but another long wait for luggage. At long last (1 hour after landing) we met our guide Nancy who briefed us on the good & bad of Beijing. The usual cons that sadly seem to appear in every large city around the world. The drive took an hour to the hotel, but it is a lovely hotel room...larger than I ...
While in Beijing before leaving for Shanghai, I had the opportunity to see a Kung Fu show. Since China is known for its expertise in the Martial Arts, I took Ricky up on his offer and bought a ticket.
The show was quite entertaining showcasing the talent and details of this ancient Chinese art. The show featured a young boy who was learning the art and responsibility of being a Kung Fu master and learning from the ...
... walk around at will. Happy families walked all over this large, flat square and took pictures of their small children.
Across the street from Tian'anmen is the Forbidden City, and on the other side is the historic Qianmen gate, which was where the ancient Inner City wall was. Tian'anmen can hold 600,000 people, so you can imagine how vast is it. In the back is Mao's Mausoleum, where Mao's body is laid out on display in a glass case for the public to ...
... wanting to be personal guides, but as soon as we bought our automative translators we were basically left alone (little earpiece that you rent with english guidelines on the various areas of the Forbidden City). The Forbidden City was incredible - huge in size - with entrance after entrance of amazing structures, architecture, beauty and of course thousands of people. We really enjoyed it ...