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... spiciness was reduced because we were 'round eyes'. After this we went up onto the town walls, originally made of clay and later faced with brick, there are areas inside the town still of exposed clay which tends to wash away, so part of the wall was closed for repairs, but having left the guide after a short while, we had an interesting walk as far as we could go, and then went back to the hotel for a snooze. In the evening we went out to ...
... Gate, and then worked my way back to my hotel through one of the main pedestrian shopping streets. As one of the very very few western tourist in Pingyao (my understanding is it hasn't been discovered by western tourists in a big way yet so it's primarily a Chinese tourist destination), I was approached repeatedly by Chinese tourists who wanted to get their pictures taken with me. This ...
... in china it will be huge!!
Overnight train then to make it to xi'an - there were no sleeper beds left so its a 10hour journey on hard seats overnight :-/ will let you know how that goes!!
P.s - injury update - blister is drying up nicely and on the mend :-)
... as Vern and Yule paid for everyone's accommodation and food which we were very grateful for. That evening we had a family dinner with the guests that were there for the wedding. The food was awesome and so was the ambience of the place. We had an earlier night so that we were ready for the next day. In the morning of the next day we had breakfast then headed for a walk down to the river. It was quite treacherous in some areas and Bruce seemed to lose his temper with me and ...
... neighbour, but equally tasty. Being a northern province (and too dry to grow good rice), noodles reign supreme. The lao lao (tube shapped) and cats ears noodles, are like more delicate handmade versions of pasta, accompanied with rich sauces for dipping. Again these are just two examples of how far removed real Chinese food is from our preconceptions. [As mentioned, more detail to follow in the accompanying food blog]
Our one foray into the ...