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... on the Singapore-Beijing leg are doing OK. We now have another (domestic) flight to Dalian which is the venue of tomorrow night's concert. A 4 hour wait in the airport - 2 hour flight - then a coach to the hotel where we will be able to unpack, shower and head out for some dinner and sightseeing before what we hope will be a good night's ...
... Next visit is the Railway Station Square with its bronze statue of President Kim Il Sung, the Sinuiju Revolutionary Museum and the excellent Art Gallery - finishing with a spectacular performance by the students at Sinuiju Kindergarten before crossing over the border back to China at 17:30. You can then either take the train back to Beijing (departs at 18:30 local time) or extend your stay in Dandong to see the other side of the Yalu/Amnok River. Mon 7th July Meet Mum, Dad and George in ...
I should state here that I was not at all interested in "Tiffany", just that she was very helpful and I was happy to help her practice English. We went downstairs to a coffee shop within the hutong, and the prices were absolutely ridiculous, especially for China. $7 for a beer (maybe not so ridiculous in Sydney), and $12 for a cappuccino. I ordered a beer as it was the cheapest drink, she ordered the overpriced cappuccino. Without telling me, ...
... he gave me a head massage and found a lump on my head which he rubbed with his elbow. Lucy translated that this lump was giving me headaches and that he was going to massage it better for me. After a painful 10 minutes or so, Lucy asked if I felt better. I told her I felt much better, thanks. But apparently my headache wasn't gone yet, and the medicine man found another notch in my shoulder and one in my leg and spent another half an ...
... s tomb to accompany him in his afterlife. This museum consists of 3 covered pits which include life size terracotta warriors and horses arranged in marching formations. Altogether over 7,000 pottery soldiers, horses, chariots, and even weapons have been unearthed. Most of them have been restored, but there is still ongoing restoration. To see these warriors and to learn more about this fierce emperor, who came to the throne when ...