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... with a French girl, a Mongolian woman and a Chinese woman. International but no disputes. Had far too much food for a 29 hour trip and especially as breakfast and lunch were provided on the Chinese side. The scene was so totally different in China come morning thanthe scene in Mongolia the day before. Lots of crops, towns, houses, big rocky mountains, rivers and streams. And, very industrialised - power lines everywhere. And in Beijing --- people, people, people. And ...
... s car crash at
Tienanmen Square was a terrorist attack. We are really lucky.Bed time.Thursday the 31st of
October – Pete has succumbed
to the cold I have been fighting since leaving England. On Jan
Puckett's advice, I had using First Defense nasal spray plus extra
vitamin C and managing to hold mine at bay. Consequently, after
rising late, we spent the day at our hotel, eating, shopping,
catching up and sorting stuff - we also ...
... that hailed from different eras. The most flamboyant designs came from Emperor Qianlong (the 4th Emperor of the Ching Dynasty, 1796) and that was when he ordered all the kilns in Jindezhen to double their production of porcelain and ceramics. Under his order, the world saw the most colourful and the most aesthetically ...
... Zealand because the streets (Hutongs) were small and the houses were old and damaged and in New Zealand it's nice big wide streets with trees. When we got to our hostel I was so relieved so the lady at reception showed us our room. I started to have a panic attack because the room was small and no space and no free shampoo and conditioner :(.
So we kind of ...
... the square is the Imperial Palace also called the Forbidden City. This is the largest and best preserved complex of ancient buildings because it was off-limits for 500 years. It is divided into 2 parts, the southern section or Outer Court is where more formal and ceremonial function were performed. The northern section or Inner Court also known as the Imperial Garden is were the emperors lived with the empress, children and all his ...