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... our Malaysian fellow travelers got their sister, who was staying at the Jockey Club, to come and collect us. And so ended a thoroughly enjoyable trip, which could have been called "Wall to Wall" if we had taken the starting point as Hadrian's Wall in England, which we visited with our old friends Lydia and Tim on 4th October, or even the walled medieval city of Tallinn, which we walked around a week later, and if we had ended with the day trip to the ...
Well day 5, was starving this morning from not eating much yesterday so stuck with good ol toast for breakfast. We had to pack all our stuff up today and vacate our room as we are off to Xi'an tonight. First went to the silk factory, absolutely amazing how they stretch the silk and they make a lot of nice things there and so much cheaper than back home. Then we went to the summer palace which was ...
... open there are side streets with markets, we go through one and almost impossible to move for people.
Well we have had more than enough for one day so head back to the hotel so we can Skype the family, but this turns in to another late night as we want to talk to everyone and Matt doesn't get home till six which is 0100 our time, but it was worth it to talk to everyone after being of the radar for so long, and we have been really missing ...
... and even giggle. But in the end it was easily to not get too surprised, as we could justify everything with one statement; 'It's China!’
With a population of 1.35 billion, China is a country full of culture and chaos. With over forty UNESCO world heritage sites, and the beginning of the Old Silk Road, it is a haven for tourists and history buffs. A communist country, China is intriguing, yet full of rules and regulations. Chinese cuisine is a wok full ...
... our picture in front of the wall of the Forbidden City, a Chinese woman asked if she could get our picture with us. Frances explained that so many of the people live in the country and when they do get to travel they want to see the capital. So we are some of the first foreigners they have ever seen. We got stopped 4 times today and even caught one guy taking a picture of ...