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... dust. A few coughs and a sneeze and I cover my nose. I remember those days of any dust carries germs and least thing I want to do is get sick and try to survive China. The hutong was really cleaned up, if you take another look at the background of the Karate Kid. Chairman Mao took all this property during his regime and families were only given a small part of it back after he died. This is now a very trendy area to live in as it is in the ...
... together. Clothes sometimes ill-fitting and an odd mix, reminded me of North Yorkshire farmers wearing old suit jackets around the farm. There is something delightful In sharing their wonder and something deeply moving in watching the people reclaim their palace, built not with the profits of commerce but by forced labour and taxes levied on their ancestors. We retired to our little courtyard hotel at the end of the afternoon to recover. The Boss read and then I went back to ...
... we were. A very nice moment.
Following our Great Wall challenge, we witnessed first hand the fine and delicate art of Chinese queuing. Whilst waiting for the bus to take us back to the city (it was this bus or no bus till the following day), ...
... meant we were probably more cautious then we should have
Our second full day, was the tour to Mutianyo Great Wall. At two
hours, the coach took longer then expected but the guide had lots of
interesting information and the early start meant sleeping wasn't a
problem. Arriving there, the tour group split to walk the wall. We
paid extra to get the cable car up and the toboggan ride down; both
worth it by the way. Not only does it give you more time ...
... 8217;t really care about sightseeing and going around different museums, I simply enjoyed seeing what life was like in a big city. I was blessed to be able to stay there for two nights. I still think we should’ve stayed in Shanghai a little longer. Two and a half days is not long enough at all!
On the morning of the 29th, we departed from 上海虹桥国 ;际机场 (Shanghai Hongqiao guoji jichang) (Shanghai ...