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... Mobile store and found a very helpful lady and after an hour we left with a fully functioning phone, which had there been no block on Google related apps, I would have had a map to assist us in getting around. No such luck!
This wasn't going to stop us and on Friday we ventured further afield and headed out of town to the Great Wall. Nothing is very easy in China, mainly due to our lack of language skills, but we hopped on the number 19 bus ...
... collects on the curb where the neighborhood sorts it for value. The pile eventually is picked up, usually daily, even hourly, by a bicycle collection guy, then off to the collection center.
The general condition of Chinese bikes is worn out. Rust, missing spokes, frayed cables, bent wheels and frames, loose chains, broken pedals – no problem. Bikes last for decades in China. There are traditional repair shops around ...
... in this for years. Also, the moment you leave the city the smog is gone. So it’s obvious, it’s the city’s pollution and not natural.
Russian Visa time: So maybe this is advice for no one but I did hours of research on this visa and it's the hardest or most frustrating visa to get for Americans. All the blogs have misinformation from Beijing or from a European perspective. So here's what you need: passport, passport copy, visa form (2 ...
... but we did get a small boxed breakfast to take with us on the bus ride to the airport. ....not very good and not worth a picture. My final meal of the trip was back at the Tokyo airport.......and I was done with oriental food so when I saw the ice cream sundae, it was the only thing I wanted! Very yummy with fresh berries and bananas.
Overall, very good food and a great experience!
... Oliver turned up (See first nights entry). He kept shouting “I am the Fuhrer” and “Uzi nine millimetre” really loudly!” “Well, that second one is kind of down to you” I replied. “Yeah, but there was this other bloke, Luke there, and two fifty year old plus English women along with the two young Japanese girls, we were all talking, Oliver got the one girl a drink, she drank it and went from a smiley chatty girl, to ...