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... a good mood so I end up writing postcards about the wall to people until the other girls get back. We chat for a bit, swap details and pictures, they give me a great tip on what hostel to stay at in Yangshuo before we all realise the time and say goodnight and good bye. On a side note the mosquito bites have now started, I forgot to spray today because I hadn't been bitten yet, alas think I've been bitten 5 times! And all in random places as well like my hand, shoulder and toes, ...
Beijing, the capital city of China, is probably best known for Tiananmen Square. We'll remember Beijing for time spent with friends, both old and new, and Denny eating a Scorpion. After spending two nights on a train squished into a small room with up to 6 other people (more on this in a future post!), we were excited to be able to explore the city. Our first impression of the city was that it was ridiculously smoggy! Then, when we ...
... I'd have again, but I'd definitely recommend it. Occasionally I'd choose something more 'normal' like fried banana or a leg of lamb, but the oddest thing I tasted has to be the spider! I looked a lot better than it tasted.. and it didn't look too great to start with, but I thought I'd give it a go anyway. I asked how much it was, and the vendor replied with what sounded very much like ...
... 19968;'s mind. I still don't understand his life's value and himself only.
Anyway, he is an interesting person to have a talk and charming person to hang out.
Now it is time for sleeping now in the train. Let's embrace tomorrow's first stop--the city of ...
... where parades are held and we walked under this to enter the south Gate or ‘Gate of Heavenly Peace’. This was the sacred centre of the Chinese Empire for 500 years up to the time of the last Emperor at the beginning of the 20th century. The complex was far bigger than we had imagined as we walked through courtyard after courtyard to see and explore the huge buildings with ornate entrances that make up ...