7 Days Inn (Beijing Liujiayao)
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... the price of everything in pounds and instead chose to calculate it using standard tube ride comparison formula. Thus, a pint of beer at our hostel did not cost £2 but 10 tube rides, etc. The universal price of metro tickets also greatly assisted with expediency at the ticket desk and the long lines moved impressively quickly. Once at the counter, in exchange for 2 yuan you are given a ticket that is then recycled at the end of your journey - well played, China! ...
... signing and speaking here - there was a pseudo translation on screens at the side but the English did not make a lot of sense. Gorgeous costume on the woman with long silk sleeves that were moved to wonderful effect. The third piece involved the man we had seen being made up, and involved a lot of dance. Story was even weirder and too long to go in to, involved the concubine killing herself at the end so as not to burden the King as he escaped from ...
... the "China Post", we had to send some of our luggage to Hobart. A package weighing 5,5 kg only cost us 501,80 RNB+3 RNB to the customs boys.
Being a lovely winterday everyone was on the ice with all kind of contraptions, icebicycles, icechairs, skates you name it.
Then we came to Yandai Xiejie a short shopingstreet full of teashops, scarfshops and cafés. This led us to todays object of our desire, The Bell and Drum ...
Tour code :22days Tibet-Kashgar hwy overland tour
Best visit time : May to Sept
Highlight: Magnificent of Potala palace and sacred temple Jokhang,the holy monastery of the Drepung ,.Mt Kailash ,Manasorovar.,soil forest of Tsada valley ,a historic of Guge kingdom ruin ,
Day01 flight to Lhasa
Lhasa airport picking ...
... to the Drum Tower, to a bar for a few beers, then onto a lovely Malaysian restaurant for dinner. Broken up a little by a diner from the other room passing out, taking down one of those huge gas heater lamps with him, amazingly not going through the window but he was out cold. First aider Pez to the rescue (who did a fab job), he came around but was quite poorly, in the end he refused to go to hospital but we felt he should have done. Back to the food, and then ...