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... It seemed like miles of tunnels to get from one line to the other. I dread to think what it would be like in peak hour.
The Lama Temple Yonghegong is a spectacular series of grand Chinese halls. The former palace of Prince Yong Zheng who became emperor in 1722. Apparently it was the practice that the emperor would make his old palace a temple when he changed roles. Other buildings were added to it once it became a temple.
Each pavilion contains Buddhas in ...
... 02.00. Eventually we found one who knew the way and we arrived and checked in at about 02.30. Pretty much nobody speaks more than a few words of English, which one imagines will make travelling more interesting if less convenient. We woke up at 15.30 today because (unusually) I hadn't worn a watch or set an alarm and hadn't heard other people moving about. Once we were up we sloped off out. Beijing was hot and smoky, less like a barbecue than a burning tyre. The smog is horrendous; ...
... has come a long way. She wants to get her master's degree in art so she can teach art and how to make crafts to the minorities of China. She said the older people are not interested in doing this, but she hopes to teach the children in order to preserve their culture and a way for them to make a living. I think that is so admirable.
We also talked about the problems of China, of which, there are many. I have had the same conversation with ...
... sounding very unfamiliar and some seeming almost impossible to adjust too, make China, China. Beijing is a place of beauty, of history and of fun! The fact no one speaks English, the toilets are unusual and the customs are unlike any western customs, makes Beijing a mystery - a mystery that day by day it is possible to uncover and appreciate! I thought a month here would be a long time, but I'm starting to feel as if it is not long enough!
... amp; Al, then Internations bowling in the evening – so a full on Internations few days, what with meeting a hotelier during the week too for my next ladies night on Friday. Bowling was fun, familiar & new faces, and the usual after party at Franks bar, but I bailed out as I was shattered, whilst Andy went to Spark club for a friend’s Birthday. His turn to drink too much ;)
You know that we've spoken about the pollution before, and the 'safe' levels, which ...