Beijing Sihe Courtyard Hotel
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... for 10 Yuan or less. I got Edit some old Chinese medals, Edit got Maddie a Bracelet and Maddie got me a Bracelet.
Afterwards we go spicy Tofu off a street vendor which was really tasty and headed on to Summer Palace. Summer Palace was quite a way out of town, being a huge garden area with a giant lake which was all funded by money syphoned from the Navy in the 1700’s. We had a wonder around the temples and the gardens and decided to hire a Pedlow to go around the ...
... wear nappies or underwear but ‘go commando’ under trousers which are split at the ****** – so they just squat where they like or are held over the rubbish bins when they need to go – took the formality out of the Square :-)!! Lots of Chinese soldiers on guard or marching throughout – Kevin nearly got knocked down by one such platoon – ...
... they are here) is more pleasant than in previous times. The monks in the temple were reallt cool with the long hair tied up in buns and the funks pants and trouser bottoms were funky as. There is something just divine about the Buddhist and Taoists devotees which is not pompous and does not appear judgemental or holier-than-though unlike so many from the main Judaeo-Christian faiths. Everyone is praying in their own way and just getting on with it, no funny looks given to the ...
... of Beijings book!
We emerged at Tiananmen and set about tackling the Forbidden City (aka FC) first. Prior to leaving NZ we had watched The Last Emperor with the kids so as they were familiar with part of the of FC history and relate to parts of the story and not be completely bored after 30mins. Entering via the Meridian Gate with a large portrait of Mao hung above the entrance (famous as this is where he declared the ...
... this big was that it highlighted how bad the smog really is in Beijing, trying to take a photo of the buildings was nigh on impossible due to the grey mist shrouding the whole area. Not only that, it invades your very clothes and skin, coating everything in a weird greasy black grime which renders clothes un-wearable and worse, lenses and phone screens ruined for the day (every piece of cloth you wipe them with is covered with the same sh*t). We have christened ...
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