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... our first experience of Chinese traffic, which includes no pedestrian rights and a lack of turn signals. It is expected wherever you go at whatever time it is going to take a minimum of 30 minutes. Definitely not life in the fast lane.
After dinner, we attended the Confucius Institute Calligraphy and Painting Celebration. After many introductions and warm welcomes we had several performances by different groups, ...
... size: 16px; line-height: 22px;">We set up our tents, then people went exploring a lot further up. I stayed back with a couple people. Just looking out and see the wall was so surreal. I just could not believe I was standing on one of the greatest things ever built. We all hung out until it got darker, and then we all gathered around in a circle and discussed our technology creed and behavior creed. Around 8:30 we finished and I went straight to bed. I shared a bed with Meg and Anna. Tiring, but good ...
Beijing. What can I say? Hot, busy .......different? So far I have seen the sights of Tiananmen Square ( and the surrounding gates and halls), the Forbidden City ( and its many gates and halls), the Temple of Heaven Park ( and its Halls, gates, altar and vault), Beihai Park (and its temple and the white Dagoba), the Summer Palace ( and its temples, gardens pavilions and lakes) and the Lama Temple complex (more halls, temples and Buddha's than all the other places put together) ...
... things with chives and tiny bits of ham in the batter. Again, it was awesome! After all of that, we were ready for a nice relaxing evening at the hostel and an early night! I did however, nip out for a haircut and in the process became quite the tourist attraction, having to pose for pictures with my barber after the haircut! It was quite the experience, they spoke a bit of English, but we mostly just communicated through actions. They washed my hair before and after and it came to 30RMB ...
... until I sat on the seat and realised I had a flat tyre. Linda also needed help raising her seat up so her knees wouldn’t knock out her chin. Who better to help then the chef who had finished chopping offal for dinner menu and frying breakfast egg (not eggs)?
I on the other hand had to escort my bike to the local Hutong handyman who had a mechanics workshop in a tiny man shed (he also had a wok in there for whipping up a chicken feet stir fry). He ...