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... it's always cool seeing something so iconic in person, after seeing thousands of photographs... nothing ever beats the real thing. Knowing a bit of the history behind the Wall just makes the experience even more awesome. It was actually many different dynasties who built it, so it is was not built as one continuous wall, and different parts are different ages. Now, it stretches for over 13,000 miles! It's a bit creepy that there are actually thousands or even millions ...
... getting on the train in China unlike at home, they eventually face up and wandered off despondently. Luckily we avoided this situation by having booked our tickets pretty far in advance and so it was super simple. We handed over our passports and booking references and about five minutes later were on our way again, tickets grasped firmly in our hands. Having anticipated many frustrating hours in queues we were delighted with how easy and quick it ...
... but it
looked quite authentic. You could cll it the Venice of China. Well, I’m sure
there are much more spectacular canals than this one in China, but it looked
nice. I continued my way up talking a lot of stairs – it might be an
impression,but Chinese people like stairs. I finally ended up standing in front
of a gigantic building which was supposed to be the Summer Palace. If you
happen to know the Potala Palace in Lhasa, Tibet, well this is what ...
... stage was the duck skin, which you put sugar on. The next is duck breast, which you eat in a pancake with celery, sweet bean sauce and cucumber slices. After that is the leg meat, with the same pancake and ingredients. Finally, you choose if you want a duck broth or the rest of the duck, deep fried. Since we had such a big group, we had 2 and a half ducks, so we could enjoy all the different kinds of ...
... twenty plus vibrantly-coloured helium balloons. It was a real spectacle watching her negotiate buses and mopeds through a bustling city. As we stopped at traffic lights etc, she basically kept pace with the bus!
We walked through the Forbidden City. An interesting history of those 'desirable' individuals being chosen to come and live within the Forbidden City. It was full of temples, each one grander than the former. As we walked through this vast city with dragon ...