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... gate. Turns out I was very wrong and we ended up in the Forbidden City - oops! We eventually managed to find out way out again through a beautiful cypress avenue and an ancient temple so it didn't work out too badly in the end. Back where we'd started in what I now had to admit WAS actually Tiananmen Square, we did the typical tourist pictures and headed for Mao's tomb. Unfortunately it had already closed when we got there - something for another day - so we headed up and out ...
... government. To put that into perspective, 8 months is not a long time.
In the square, as we were taking photos of the buildings and selfies with Mao, two women
approached me. Both started speaking Chinese very fast and held up a nice camera. They took turns taking photos with me. My Chinese friend told me they said "take a picture with us beautiful model". I like it here.
... punching me again in the arm and shouting "You owe me 30". I was absolutely terrified and ran away, no longer able to trust any supposedly friendly locals. Most guys would be happy to know a younger girl is stalking them. Not in this case - I kept looking around before taking any photos or moving anywhere, as this girl was persistently aggressive and I feared her potential heavies who could enforce the extortion. Fortunately, I never saw her again, and ...
Wow. Its overwhelming how different the past few days have been to the six weeks before that. China is like the total Asian opposite to India. And God how I miss India.
So I had a boring first flight, stopping off in Kuala Lumpar for a bit which was new. On the second flight I started to feel a bit off. I'd had like 4 hours sleep in two days so assumed it was just that, but I lost my appetite and was absolutely freezing when everyone was trying to get ...
... better than going to any museum. We sampled food, we tried places that I never would have imagined stepping into, Noah tried his hand at negotiating…we ate and we enjoyed it all. It was a completely exotic experience.
· Old City Walls – Xi’an is encircled by large city walls (fully restored, mind you), as was the case with many Chinese cities. It was meant to protect the wealthy from the rest of ...