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... flowers. Further up we crossed over the road and into the pedestrianised west bank of the Qianhai lake. The lakeside is filled with restaurants, bars and clubs and is a really exciting and vibrant area. Our lunch place, Hutong Pizza, is in an alleyway just off the main road (shockingly, as Hutong means alleyway!). Now I know that you'll be thinking that we're not eating much Chinese food, however the Chinese people claim that Marco Polo stole the idea for pizza from ...
... bags). She felt good and smiled. I rejoined my little shopper.
I think we made a purchase on every floor at the Market, before going back to the luggage area. We purchased a small roller bag after some negotiating…she offered a price-I counter offered-she counter offered-I counter offered-then we finally split the difference. We took pictures with her after the sale was complete.
Our final stop was at Starbucks on ...
... sour pork, pork belly with vegetables, stir fried broccoli, cauliflower hotpot, dumplings, the pancakes from the previous day, spicy pigs feet and the more adventurous at the table also had grilled sheep penis, but I passed on that! It was another fantastic meal and with two beers each, it came to 80RMB (£8) a head! As we were getting ready to leave, a drunk Chinese lad came over and wanted pictures and to have a drink with us. Some people had ...
... ate and back to bed.
After our nap we headed to the silk market to pick up a few last minute things. We really got our bartering down pat today and got some great bargains. They were either desperate to make a sale or we are getting really good at this. Steve even got two new wallets, one was £2.50 and the other £4 so can’t really go wrong hey??
After happy hour we headed to the walking street and the food street. In the ...
... see the ruins of what once would have been a beautiful palace, it is another beautiful walk, and quite peaceful once you get past the throngs of tourists at the main entrances. The place is big enough the the volume of people teeters off after a while & you're mostly left with your own devices....except at the major spots.
I reckon I spent over 4 hours wandering and enjoying the sites. While there was some bleakness, it was contrasted by the ...