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... after the fall of imperial China. Sorry history teacher rant. But it has exemplified certain things about this country. We always have to look for the full story of what is going on in the world because if we don't we are lost in what is told to us.
Dinner. And then relaxation. Tomorrow is shopping at the Silk Market (stuff everywhere) and a little bit of time a the Olympic Park. Two nights left in China.
... will be substantially different. Out of the window of the not very fast train we could at last see some agricultural. Whether this was indicative of the country as a whole I doubt because it looked more like crofting or medieval strip farming. Adjacent to some quite attractive modern houses were small strips of cultivated maize, cotton, rice and other crops. These were being tended by elderly people with no machinery or machines a bit like cultivators. I can not ...
... us to the less labour intensive motorized model. Much less romantic but you really can't blame the guy. I expected a market that was more than just food but what it lacked in product selection, it more than made up for in culinary spectacle. The following was available for those with discerning taste......starfish, sea horses, giant centipedes, scorpions, giant spiders, sea urchins, beetles, baby chicks, various grubs and some unidentifiable pupae. There was a group of UK boys in ...
... this attack. We are sad that 2 innocent tourists died and 40 others were injured and are thankful that we ourselves were not hurt, we were in fact heading for the exact spot where the crash took place and were only 20 metres away from the crash when it happened. If we hadn't stopped to look at the forbidden city just seconds before then we no doubt would have been in the heart of it. We are also greatful that we were so quick to escape the terror and that we didn't witness ...
... VISA sorted; she had done it online and it came up with an error. In the embassy (the 2nd one we visited; the first one that we got a taxi to was wrong for VISA applications as it had moved – typical!) Lara simply did what she had done before ... and it worked – once again typical. By this time it was almost 12 so we scurried over to our normal metro stop of Tiananmen Sq. East and did what we had planned for the day ... shopping! Amongst a few ...