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... It has been regarded as a Taoist temple, although Chinese heaven worship, especially by the reigning monarch of the day, pre-dates Taoism. Our next stop was the Pearl market, were we needed to pick up some last minute gifts and enjoy the craziness of another market. While there, we saw Bev and window shopped with her for a while. Then Ron and Barb Dixon came to buy pearls for the girls ( daughters and granddaughters). Barbara loves ...
... Elena i l’Ariana m’agafen i no m’hi deixen anar.
El colmo per elles és que hi ha un grup de balladors de tango xinès: Bestial. N’hi ha que es veu que fa temps que el ballen, són experts. Poc em pensava trobar això a Beijing.
... of times now, including three times this year, but every time I go, I find there is more to discover, a little garden or temple that I hadn't noticed or been in before. It means that it is never boring, and there is always more to see.
Dad's 50th birthday was also here in China, and I chose a nice restaurant for us to go to together and celebrate. I went there in May with some friends, and I loved it so much that I thought it would be the perfect place ...
... only went out on the first day of holidays because as it turns out places that are normally busy in China are even MORE busy during holidays.
So my roommate and I went to an antique market (I didn't even think of taking pictures, but I'll go back because it's quite nice), and then we went to another market, and then to Lake Houhai.
The antique market was quite nice, there was a lot of artwork and small ...
... many skyscrapers. We must have passed through at least 10 cities that appeared to be at least as big as Durban. Also, they are building everywhere, so these cities can only grow. We also passed 3 or 4 massive power stations.
With the two stops it took 5 hours for our train to deliver us to Shanghai, about 1300km from Beijing, in absolute comfort, about 100km less than from CT to JHB. It was better than flying.