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... 100 on the 20 minute walk from the station. They have their own local breed, a bit like a corgi. The people of Pingyao take the same approach to dog owning as the people of Britain did 40 or 50 years ago. The dogs roam free, eat whatever they can scavenge, **** wherever they like, fight and screw each other as they like. To be clear I'm not saying this is how the British people behaved 40 or 50 years ago, although, have you ever been to Newcastle? It's how ...
... wall of the cliff. I'm not sure when it was built as apparently it has had many incarnations as a result of being swept away during floods. There is now a dam holding the water back just around the corner from the temple. This place as with most is crawling with humans and it was a crush getting into the temple and Lee-Ann opted out of the walk through due to claustrophobia. After about 15 minutes of having the life squished out of you, you were able to walk in relative comfort except ...
... regarding the unpunctual taxi! Said our farewells and after changing into warm jeans and 'sensible' shoes we headed off. First i wanted to do a reckie of the nearest wall and what we found was pretty cool: old carts, remains of the original cart tracks worn into the stone, and best of all 3 very cool men! And when I say cool I mean bleedin freezing. I call them 'brass monkeys' and I guess of you will get my drift.
Whilst waiting to leave we experienced ...
... sidestreet you entered a completely different world. I got lost in the narrow streets, but that’s the best way to discover a
city, just wandering around without destination...expecting the unexpected. One
of the small streets had a dead end, but the wall all the way down the street
drew my attention. I started walking. When I almost arrived at this wall (dirty
white with red chinese signs) I saw an old lady resting. Indescrete like I am I
We would ask the train staff if they had any spare beds. This involved us walking through about 7 sleeper carriages, through the restaurant car to the domain of the the hard seat traveller. They lock the door so that No one from the front two hard seat carriages can get through. Once the guard unlocked it there was literally a wall of people (mostly migrant workers). Jae sent me through first and ...