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... which is good for tourists and shopping, purely so we could find Hayley's Chairman Meow T-shirt. We walked the crowded street for ages, popping in and out of shops that looked interesting, and taking pictures of the 'unique' art that was around there as well. We ended up finding the T-shirt at nearly the last shop, and it was such a good find, that Alice bought one as well. We didn't even know the ...
... collects on the curb where the neighborhood sorts it for value. The pile eventually is picked up, usually daily, even hourly, by a bicycle collection guy, then off to the collection center.
The general condition of Chinese bikes is worn out. Rust, missing spokes, frayed cables, bent wheels and frames, loose chains, broken pedals – no problem. Bikes last for decades in China. There are traditional repair shops around ...
... jade silk" and Tim's was "wood Emperor". We also found out the when it's with kids, they finish in about 40 minutes. 26 adults were challenged to finish in over an hour.
We had a "monkey King" dance demonstration after dinner, followed by a walk to the food vendor street. One can find ANYTHING on a stick and ready to be cooked to order. I am going back to the hotel to either sleep, be sick or ...
... so well informed/ trained are they, that he would stop and gesture where to take the best photos!! I liked the man.
The hutong "home" we visited was very small, so "unfurnished" by our western standards... so basic and yet functional..
Taking us to nearby Beihai park we continued our journey of discovery in the lush green lawns, the gently swaying willow trees. The Park has an area of more than 69 hectares, with the ...
... tramp of hiking boots all marching in unison, that’s right, we had been joined by a bunch of whingeing German tourists, for whom nothing was good enough, firstly the bus was too warm, so Dan opened his window, then it was too windy!
The trip to the wall was the usual chaotic melee of mad Beijing driving, we decided it was best not to look out of the front, but instead to concentrate heavily on what was to our sides. As such, as we moved out into the Beijing suburbs ...
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