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... her own hands and came to the shop, got the supplies and brewed all the herbs in my home. In the traditional times, this was actually common practice for the doctor to brew the medicine for the patient and taste it before the patient went ahead with thee treatment. Unexpectedly, I got to experience this. The medicine was bitter but it was better than taking cough syrup in my opinion. I took two different treatments from Dr. Fu. The first was to help with my ...
... Great Wall is important to the Chinese, especially the older Chinese from Mao's dynasty who repeat Moa's saying ~ "You are not a hero until you have climbed the great wall." Today, Kamie & I became heroes. So, thanks to waiting on Newman, we had a late lunch. We sit at spinny tables, they bring out and ask if you want warm beer or warm 7-up. I took the beer today. Good choice. You have lots of dishes around you ~ a tea cup, soup dish, ...
... stroll through the Sacred Way that leads to the tombs. The path, slightly curved to fool evil spirits, is lined on either side with willows and large remarkable carved stone animals and human figures which gave lots of photo opportunities.
We then had dinner, followed by the Chinese Acrobatics show. The show lasted an hour and a quarter with brief intermission. And boy did we need the break. Not because of the show - but ...
... Although the constant fuss is overwhelming, it's rather lovely to see so many people delight over your children in a way you can only hope your own parents will do. As it was our last day in Beijing, we really did make the most of it (see car pics!) and our next journey was to the Temple of Heaven, built in order that the emperor could reinforce the message to his people that he was god on earth. Another huge architectural masterpiece, we ...
This is my last day in Laos, it only takes a little more than an hour, I'll be back to the south of China, from that city to the north where I'm from, it will be 3-4 hours, I'll be spending more time flying through my own country, sound weird.
Time to say goodbye to this lovely little country of Laos, I just hope it can stay the way it is, keep its charm, its ...