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... Museum, was also a blaze of colour due to a long bed of flowers and shrubs. There was a team of gardeners making sure everything was neat.
We then walked across to the Tian'anmen gate leading into the Forbidden City, below the large portrait of Mao. Once again, an advantage of being in the tour group was that we bypassed much of the queues for security checks and buying tickets.
... br> The hostel was really great and everyone spoke very good English. Were we really in China?? So many people had told us how difficult it would be to travel, but we were yet to have any problems. After a gut busting munch in the hostel restaurant we all starting napping, woke briefly to be given fresh pineapple by our new roommates, Lei from China, Dan from Chicago and Alvaro from Scotland/Spain and then continued to sleep through to the next day-ooops.
... you can imagine these ladies are very fit. What I wasn't counting on was how much fun they were. I'm a bit of a cynic when it comes to hawkers .... Been to Bali once too often I think. But these ladies were genuinely warm and wonderful. They seemed to have their own sections of the wall but the one we really took to stayed with us took our photos, tried to teach us some Chinese, pointed out highlights we might have missed and hAd a laugh with us. In return we shared our ...
... slow train with hard seats. In case you have never been on a 30 hour train ride it is 30 hours ...
... as we both try to move to my right to go around each other. Give me another week and I am sure I will be automatically moving to the left!
4. Bring Tevas or the equivalent. Not only are they durable, they are versatile. I've worn my Tevas with jeans, dresses, shorts...pretty much everything. I prefer my Tevas to my running sneakers because sneakers are less commonly worn here and because Tevas are meant to get wet (refer to number 2). For example, on ...