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... give us cheap tickets. Usually the tickets would be around 200.00 Yuan. We were able to buy them for 60.00 Yuan! We took 4 taxis to Qianmen Hotel where the Beijing Opera is performed. We met Mr. Ran and paid for the tickets and headed to McDonald's for dinner. Beijing Opera (京剧-jing ju) is a form of traditional Chinese theatre which combines music, vocal performance, mime, dance, and acrobatics. It became popular in ...
... lounge for $8 per person. Lunch was at the street-side pizza hut where they only have a piece of paper where you can check which of 5 pizzas you want. There was no vegetarian option, so we had to negotiate something manual, which actually ended up working.
An automated machine scanned our boarding pass and let us on to the train to the departure end of the terminal. Security at this airport was insane. Even fully prepared, they wanted to run everything of ...
... map apps’. Not sure what we would have done if it hadn’t. Anyway, we were dropped off at the bus stop in Huairou where we paid our driver the agreed balance. Think he was a bit disappointed but what we hadn’t told him was that was all the money we had left in our wallets!
After he and his friend disappeared, we visited a bank ATM and got some more money out to pay for our return bus, sub-way and taxi journey back into Beijing. ...
... them! It's an impressive sight at a whopping 85 feet tall and was carved from a rare Sandal tree which had grown to epic proportions. The temple grounds are really nice and its very much a working temple. Monks dotted about here and there and although plenty of locals come here, they come to pray and burn incense as opposed to taking photos and viewing it as a tourist attraction which was nice to see. It's also probably the best preserved temple ...
... daunting task and a sick feeling of duty in the pit of my stomach.
I have been trying to mentally suck in and store all that I have been seeing witnessing smelling tasting and feeling for the fear I will forget.
I am overloaded with photos that (I'msure will) do none of it justice, and have a backlog there too!!
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