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... all the cities we have seen: the green ones and the purple ones. Maybe they would do with a little more creativity!
We also went to the Silk Market and the Pearl Market, where there are people who arrive with empty suitcases or they just buy them there so they can be filled with goods. We wanted to have some dresses made but we realized that it was more expensive than buying them in Europe and we were not ...
... care less about, but the hair gel did make me shed a small tear. Have you seen this crazy mess I tame daily?
We took a short jaunt to D.C. and then boarded the big jet to Beijing. Now we were very lucky that we had seats together, considering the tickets were only bought a week ago. They were in the last rows, but that didn't bother us too much. The kids were just beside themselves with the idea of the individual screens at each seat. Think ...
... We met some lovely people on the train who we became very close to in terms of both friendliness and leg room! They were 3 young Chinese guys from Ping'uo and one of them bought us dinner - a giant pot noodle. Mine was a delicious beef broth noodle however Kate's was quite literally, hotter than the sun! This was much to my entertainment as she felt obliged to eat it out of politeness. After they got off the train we attempted a ...
... neither did anyone else. By the time we got our tickets ($2.50 for both of us) the next scheduled train was 1235pm - an hour and a half away. SO you can imagine how frustrated we were wasting half a day on this shambles when we should have been eating our lunch on the Great Wall.
After having a mini tanty in the train station debating whether to give 2 fingers to the Badaling train and pack it in we decided to wander around the station to see what ...
... of the wall. With the weather being so good the Palace and views were further enhanced. After the Palace we went to the Llama temple. With a strong smell of incense in the air and plenty of temples to see it was an impressive sight, especially the 26m high Buddha, but unfortunately after seeing the incredulous Summer Palace it felt a bit of let down. On the way back to the hotel we realised that all the mopeds in the city are electric, which felt very surreal being in such ...
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