Huanghe Jingdu Hotel
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... smiling pigs head made from clay that supposedly symbolises good fortune and wealth. Wendy bought a 'pee-pee boy' that gets its name from that fact that when you pour water over it he appears to pee. We decided against getting the buddha, frog or foot with a spider on.
For dinner, surprise surprise, there was more roundtable Chinese food although this time there wasn't actually a round table. I had a Yinjang beer, which was nicer than the Harbin of the night before.
... majesty stands out despite the crowds and the noise. I felt like I was on some kind of pilgrimage and felt blessed to be there. We made it to the 8th tower after much huffing and puffing with knees creaking lol !! And according to Mao Zedong , we can now call ourselves heroes !
Biggles attracted a lot of attention and giggles from Chinese of all ages ...
... a wall. It was decided that I’d walked into a wall as a young child. Attention turned to my ears. These are too big apparently. Finally after analysing my skin tone (and me repeatedly removing the old guy’s wife’s hands from my thigh) someone decided it was tea-time. We all settled down to drink green tea, slightly interrupted when one guy decided it would be a hilarious joke to pretend to rob me. I laughed uncomfortably and resolved to track down the train ...
... pointed in a vaguely similar direction. Like a 'Next' January sale. We remained in this "line" despite not being able to see our train number on the board and the rest of the trains seemingly sold out. Natural pessimists anyway, it seemed like a foregone conclusion. But no! Holly out-negotiated the ticket lady with just one word "Badaling". She said it with such vigour that the lady could do nothing but do her job and provide us with tickets for ...
... decided that Dan should get up, so roused him, we had a late breakfast and set off for our first destination, Tiananmen Square. The departure was somewhat delayed when I had to return to the hostel after getting a hundred yards down the road; I hadn’t forgotten anything, I just felt the lovely soup I had last night wanting to make a sudden, violent re-appearance into the world. That is one issue about China, you need to plan your bowel movements very ...