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... structure is the Hall of Eminent Favours, containing a recent statue of Yongle and a breathtaking interior of cedar wood columns.
Ding Ling contains a series of subterranean interlocking vaults and the remains of the various gates and halls of the complex. It was excavated in the late 1950's. Vast marble self-locking doors seal the chamber. The tomb is also the site of the Ming Tombs museum.
Zhao Ling is a tranquil alternative to the other tombs as fewer tourists visit ...
From Vietnam we walked straight across the border into Heikou, China!
It did not take much time to notice the language barrier as we had only one person that could help us to find our way to the train station (which is impossible to find without knowing where to go and what bus to take). Even our poor efforts of drawing a train on a notepad were not good
enough for someone to point us in the right direction. ...
... t much story or pictures to share about my two days in Beijing. We went to the National Museum, but there were way to many people. I never really liked the energy in China, but as I grow older, I feel that I could tolerate more different kinds of behaviors. There are good and bad in every country. Next stop: Shanghai!
As always, thanks for ...
... Lishi Hutong, Hutongs are alleyways which criss cross the centre of town. They are also what China is clearing to make way for tower blocks. They are very old, our room is a great size, compared to Tokyo, it is more than double the size for half the money! Most things seem a lot cheaper here.
I'm totally shattered, I seemed to have settled into traveling and don't seem to have 'wedding loss' as ...
... beer and wet wipes at the supermarket) before walking to the train station. Got to the train station and it was very very cramped, 6 people per "room", three bunks either side and I was sharing with Andy and Rachel and three Chinese people that also had a little girl. Next door was the party room where we spent the night drinking and chartering and getting told off by the lady best door. Stayed up until the guards all teamed up and told us to go to ...