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... so we meet for breakfast at 05:30." To general muttering a of "no 06:15 weren't you listening?" to which he responded "'I thought it was a bit odd as the restaurant doesn't open till 06:00." J continues theme of the two guards getting their instructions wrong in Monty Python's Holy Grail.
"So nobody is to leave the room, unless I..."
'Or anyone else'
... "Comes to get him."
Or something along those lines. Great ...
... Back Sea", or commonly known as 後海. This is not a sea, but a lake with its waters feeding into the moats of the Forbidden Palace. Even at such cold weather, there were a few die hard fans who will swim in the lake in sub-zero temperatures.
The cold weather makes ...
... selling souvenirs and stopped to buy a few things. The bargaining was quite fun and one of the vendors had me in stitches. Another one was not so happy with me as she mumbled something in Chinese under her breath.
I then went on to the restaurant where we were meeting for lunch. Again the food was fantastic and it makes you wonder why Chineese food in Australia doesn't taste like real Chineese food. If they cooked like they do here, ...
... 8217;s an extra 10 RMB to walk around the canal, which we did. It was pretty cool, although it seems that all the buildings have been converted into shops, and places to grab a bite. As you walk along the canal locals emerge from the shops and try to sell you useless souvenirs!!!! There was no museum or write up (in English at least) to put what we were seeing in context. Not sure if this is intentional, as most major sites have people outside the ...
... slightly refreshed after a lunch stop, there's more climbing to be done. This thing ain't flat! There are quite a few other people around and, as in Beijing, I'm in demand to have my photo taken with some of them. Conditions under foot are good at first, but suddenly the restored section of wall ends and it's then rough walking through the undergrowth on top of the Wall - with a substantial drop often only inches away as we edge our way across ...