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... for 6 feet around (his aim was actually remarkably good - some of them he was doing from 20' away.) A second man stood by to quickly straighten any pansies knocked over by the force of the water. Meanwhile the truck tinkled a melody reminiscent of that of an ice cream truck to warn people away from an unintended shower. It was all quite charming.
Once again we began our day with a street food wander through the Muslim Quarter, today accompanied by ...
... challenge presenting such amazing artefacts to millions of people passing through on a daily basis but this was done well and the sight as you go into the first hall is impressive to say the least - that is if you can ignore the millions of people vying for the same spot you want stand in to take a picture! I have rather too many photos but have added a couple here to give you a taste of the enormity of the discovery. They really don't do it justice.
... rich family. It was all stone and had walls protecting it. This was my favorite sight in Pingyao. In the afternoon we visited an old military base that had underground tunnels as a defense mechanism. Day two we bought tickets that allowed us to enter into lots of tiny museums along the main old street, and then we spent the afternoon walking the city walls!
The next day Sadia left to return to Beijing and I took a bus ...
... the crowds and find ourselves at the entrance, yay we made it. One slight error we made before making this journey was that we forget to go to a cash machine, so having paid for our tickets and audio guides we had exactly the bus fare home and that was it, no snacks or drinks for us then! We got into the complex and for some reason following the crowds let us down as we ended up lost in the museum for a good thirty minutes wondering where the heck ...
This morning I woke up feeling a little under the weather, but after having done the Terracotta Warriors yesterday we had a pretty easy day planned ahead of us, so after popping a couple of Panadol with breakfast we flagged down a taxi to take us to the South Gate of the city wall.
It had turned out to be a really nice day so once we were on top of the wall we decided to hire some bikes and ride the 14km round trip of the city wall. Hiring the bikes was reasonably cheap ...