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... the people walking everywhere. In other words, it was a bit like dodging potholes in Montreal. We stopped a lot to take cheesy photos at every opportunity, so we spent just under two hours completing the circuit. From the top of the walls, we could see not only watchtowers and pagodas, but also a good view into the old city down below. Not a bad way to spend a morning.
Muslim quarter market
After a delicious lunch, we headed to the local Muslim market. This ...
... fact that the wall is almost symmetrical on all sides and Kevin told us there is only one exit -- there's more than one. In addition it was pretty bumpy. There should be somebody in charge of that because
some of the holes were big enough to take out a tire on a car. But overall it was great. The view from the wall was amazing from all angles and the fact that it was built by hand blows my mind.
... just went down in flames.
We decided to walk to where the mystery machine was parked to help digest all that great food. I walked alongside Mr. Peng and Renee and Vivi chatted the whole way, while Mr. Peng and I just kind of grinned at each other once in a while to acknowledge each other’s presence. When we got back in the Van Mr. Peng told us, via Vivi that some important business had come up (In the middle of Sunday afternoon) ...
... place with many people on the road and was a bit difficult to navigate to the hostel but found it eventually in a small side street. The hantang house is kind of a bad that also has beds... Quite a commercial place and staff is not always very friendly and looking out for you spending Yuans. However the dorm rooms are excellent with unusual large beds... I could even stretch my legs!!! I started ...
... at 5:44, had a quick bite, used the free wifi and the scheduled boarding time for our 8:00 flight was here before we knew it. We then had an hour and a half delay. So, by the end of the trip, we did not get into our rooms until 12:30am in Chengdu.
There were no delays on the Bullet Trains. Oh how I wish there were Bullet Trains for all of the legs of our trip! We were exhausted as we crashed for this first night of exhausting air ...