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... visited during our trip to China. Even though it was prohibited to enter most of the halls and palaces we could easily admire their magnificence from outside. The Forbidden City is unbelievably spacious, and from the architectural point of view it must call attention of complete amateurs. Even Gonzalo had a great time because last time he visited the Forbidden City it was covered with snow. I believe the vibe of each site changes with the season.
Day 3: July 11, ...
... quite a bit of inter-country tourism. Being such a homogenous nation, many Chinese citizens have never seen a person from another race. They stare at all of us, and some practice their tentative English, braving a "Hello!" But the children are especially unique. They are so very fascinated and want to have pictures taken with these celebrities so they can show their family back home. Sophia and Max were very ...
... is very enjoyable, Bond the welcome manger comes over to tell us what is good, yes Bond!!! They have a huge menu, it takes us ages to choose, it includes shark fin soup - shocking and abalone for £66! Thankfully this food seems to suit us, we haven't been ill but the food is so greasy that it's not really agreeing with us, it makes me realise what a healthy diet we have at home, unlike here!
... slows right down and causes a concertina effect but until we caught up to the old guy getting way too intimate with the brake lever we were having a blast.
My patience well and truly deserted me fairly early on in the week and sometimes for reasons that needn't even exist. Wherever I go I try to email my mum back in the UK just to let her know where I am. She knows that I'm fine, but I haven't seen the (not so) old dear in almost three years. Something I've come to appreciate ...
... Beijing. Made of stone and bricks from the hills, this portion of the Great Wall is 7.8 meters (26 ft) high and 5 meters (16 ft) wide.