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... had once lived. The bottom line was that we were having difficulty finding an apartment with enough space to hold all our stuff from last year in the area that we really wanted to live. We finally caved in and began looking closer to work where we ended up getting a small loft on the 6th floor of a very Chinese apartment building (with no elevator) that we have since fixed up and really like.
Just woke up from my first jetlag sleep and not feeling like exploring and adventure at all, it's a perfect time to write something boring;)
The flight was pretty amazing, just see the pictures, I don't have to describe how mountains look from the sky. Is was nicely quiet in the plane, with 3 seat for my self to lay down. Although I couldnt sleep anyway..
After digging through a big cloud of fog (smog?) me and my luggage both landed safely on Beijing Airport. It's just an ...
... for the military and foreigners are not allowed into the complex.
The next day it was off to see the hutongs. We decided to catch a bus to some that were marked on the map. It turned out to be a good choice as we followed the tourist street for awhile and then headed down a side street. This was heaps better than following the tourist trail. We found some people going about their daily life not preparing for the tourist influx.
We had breakfast ...
... full moon party.
We then drove for about two hours with regular sightings of parts of the wall in the distance to the mandatory commercial stop at a craft factory. This was a government run Cloisonne factory which was actually quite fascinating. Copper sheets are beaten into bowls with hammers and soldered together into jugs and vases, then short pieces of copper wire glued onto the vase to make designs. Enamel in 5 basic colours is then ...