V- Continent Beijing Parkview Wuzhou
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... day was the Summer Palace. As we walked around Pau told us lots of stories about the Dragon Lady (Empress Dowager Cixi) and her time at the palace. It started to rain while we were at the Palace and we went around quite quickly.
On the drive back Wills and Dan napped whilst Pau continued to tell us tales of the dragon lady. The story ...
... issue at times when no one understands a word you are saying and you try to find something that was supposed to be at a particular address but turns out to be
somewhere completely different (and blocking google maps doesn’t makes things easier). To cut a long story short, we ended up walking in the pouring rain for about an hour until we gave up finding things and just walked into some hotel and slept there.
As a lot ...
... lasted an hour. The English subtitles were not super helpful, the stories were confusing and to be honest, the singing got on my nerves real quickly. I love going to shows and musicals, but now I know, I definitely need to stick to the Western form of that entertainment. I surely respect these Asian performances because they are rooted in a deep culture...just not mine.
All in all, this trip was spectacular and we couldn't have picked a better ...
... the fast changing environment. Due to the improved technology, the Chinese government gains in power to track travellers in China and as a consequence track visa abuses. It is assumed that they can even track back 10-12 years travel data. It is hence crucial to remain ahead the developments – sign up for RSS feeds, newsletters or collaborate with third parties, that are specialized on visa regulations – otherwise, it might not only end ...
... exactly what they all are, a complete rabbit warren of streets where you can easily get lost. If the street is more than 9 meters wide it no longer is a Hutong. The homes in these Hutongs have rules, so if your door is open then it means more than one family live in there, also back in the old days they had pillar like things over the doors and you could only marry someone who had the same amount of pillars, this was from 1 to 4. They also put stone carvings at their ...