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Travel Blogs from Pingyao
... series of defence tunnels that were 1400 years old! We decided not to get a guide and inside an old temple found the stairs leading underground. The tunnel network was simply amazing, spreading over 1500 meters and spanning three different levels. Most of the network wasn't bricked and even gently touching the ceiling sent the damp clay like surface crumbling to the ground - quite disconcerting given the small space and having heard that one exit had collapsed! We couldn't get ...
... opened up to Chinese people a week before tourists can buy them so we are left with the scraps! :(
It was really noisy! A lot of the Chinese were quite excited to have a white face in the train carriage... I get LOTS of stares and photos- it's fun.. some ask permission, some try to be sly and think I don't notice but some don't even care they just sit next to me and take photos of me :) haha
... br> discomfort in his stomach. We were between sleeping and groaning about the
mattress till about 4:30 am.
In the morning we awoke, startled and a bit
grumpy after a poor nights rest and poor Matt’s stomach was showing no sign of
easing up! We made a few new friends that morning including Kate and her
husband, originally from England, who work in Beijing and make 30 pounds an
hour as private teachers! Mel a Netherlands lad joined us ...
... got up and left (we did pay the food ofcourse). Then I asked him, were you fighting with the girl? Noo noo, we were just talking. But it sounded like you were fighting about the internet? Noo I just said its too expensive, we didnt fight.
Soo yes, that happens all the time in China. People yelling or shouting at each other, having quite aggressive verbal fights, but hey, they are just talking!
Back in the hostel, Jiaming was talking relaxed to another ...
... are of the old Chinese style, sloping tiled roofs, red lanterns hanging from the corners, stone lions flanking the doorways and streets made from cobbled stones. We stayed in a sweet little hostel right on the main street, our room was tiny but lovely and the food at the hostel was great. We hired bicycles for the bargain price of £1 each for the day and set off to explore the city. Pingyao has a museum pass that you can buy which will ...