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... the hard sleepers here are not half bad.
We arrived in Pingyao and because we were jumping on another train to Xian in the afternoon we hadn't booked any accommodation so we just asked one of the hostels to hold our bags for the day which wasn't a problem. We arrived on a good day because the hostel owners daughter was getting married and they were holding the ceremony at the hostel so we got to see all the ...
... things, she was simply making the best of the situation and when I got uncomfortable she changed tack and sat on the chair with her legs spread over to the person opposite. Looking around the train you realise everyone is doing it, and frankly why not? I stretched my legs out in front of me going way under the seat opposite and put my head on the table, earplugs in and eyemask on I slept for 4 hours! James didn't sleep at all - perhaps because I ...
After arriving in Pingyao early in the morning we had our customary morning nap before heading off to see the sights. The two nights spent in Pingyao were during a Chinese holiday so it had been difficult for us to find cheap accommodation but none the less we had a little room above a small bar playing loud (bad) music from 11 in the morning to 12.30 at night. Pingyao is famous for being China's best-preserved ancient walled town so ...
... temple but our tour guide had me pray at one of the temple and I lit some incense too which was pretty fun. There is a rule or law in pingyao that if you are in the old city that you must keep the rustic look of the building but u can remodel inside. Well our hotel was pretty old school with a few of the amenities that modern civilization needs like electricity, hot water, and ...
... new dorm buddies, a couple of English girls on holiday, so we spent the evening with them and headed back the restaurant from the previous night for a meal.
On our last night in Pingyao it finally began to rain, continuing through the night and into our final morning and almost convinced us to change our plans and stay another night, but as it let up for a second we made a run for Wutai Shan, our next destination….apparently it’s only six hours ...
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