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... computer and we are on a roll again. We are swiftly moving across Russia and we are soon going to be in Mongolia.
We have stopped at many stations along the route and it has been some experience up until now. As we are heading up higher as the hours move on it is getting a lot colder as well. So the shorts are being replaced by trousers at the stops.
Silver birches, silver birches, silver ...
... complex in Beijing.
There was no mention at all about the ongoing political troubles involving Tibet and the chilly relations with the Dalai Lama.
It was another typical temple, with numerous pagodas and courtyards, but with one major difference.
In front of each pagoda, smoke was rising from a big vat of burning incense. And there was a large number of people praying, waving their incense sticks as they bowed or ...
... brilliant to watch, never having seen a live Polo match before it was great. We got so much attention from the media there, 17 of us all dressed up smart and getting involved! We all had such a good day, and headed back into the city afterwards for some food, although I was a little worse for wear after such a long day drinking, Andy had to take me home!!! Anyway, that's where I'm going to end this epic blog, otherwise it will go on forever!!! Thanks for reading, hope you haven't fallen asleep!!! Tracy & Andy ...
After arriving at our hostel to find out the 4 bed shared dorm room we booked not have an ensuite bathroom be as small as a shoe box and a daughter in meltdown mode, we decided to upgrade slightly by moving into a 6 bed dorm with ensuite, which was much bigger and got teh thumbs up from Lily. Alittle more expensive but well worth it. The hostel is a traditional Hutong Courtyard Hostel where all the rooms open into a central courtyard. ...
... City somewhere and a true revelation. Lots of little restaurants, bars and shops with interesting things to buy, and very few tourists compared to what we'd seen to date.
As time was pushing on, we headed back to the car for our next stop, the Yashow Market which sells everything at silly prices, with haggling obligatory. The first purchase was a cap for Kate, which she offered at RMB320 - a special ...
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