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... After lunch we walk towards the Jing'an temple, a gold platted temple right in the middle of the city! Bizarre but beautiful! Amazing that they can put so much culture into one building.
Across from the temple is a park, we walk through it and watch people in the park dance and continue our way to the ...
... until a young Chinese man spent 5 minutes on his internet on his phone working out directions for us. The subway station was absolutely packed. It was filled with people pushing and shoving to try and get through and wasn't a very pleasant experience. At this point Lucy and I decided that it must have been a national holiday for there to be that many people, including families, in one place on a Thursday. Turns out we were right! The remainder of the afternoon ...
... well there went lunch (at least Robs had 2 lunches). Lesson learnt.....This eating in Asia thing is not going to be easy for me. Onto the next adventure- finding where to get the hop on hop off bus. Again, battling the streets and the lack of directions from the vast amount of people who speak no English (so our conversations are all about pointing to the translation book, to pictures and to the street). Finally (very sweaty) we made it- yay! We ...
... around a little bit. It was a lot chillier here than Xi'an and Beijing. I may have to bring my jacket around with me here. Nothing too entertaining right around our hostel, but People's Square is only one subway stop away! So we will just have to explore tomorrow when it's not dark ...
... on this website). They may be a bit hard to see, but I tried. The opening act was called 2 Cellos. It was, as you may have guessed, 2 people playing 2 cellos. They played covers of pop music. They played "Smooth Criminal" by Michael Jackson, "With or Without You" by U2, and "Highway to Hell" by AC/DC. It was an enjoyable opening act. We later found out that they are also a part of the Elton John band. Then, the man himself walked out in a dark blue suit with tons of sequins ...