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... at the opposite end to the entrance to the Forbidden City which impacts the view & sense of scale, we think he would have been better located in one corner. The square is very pretty with its flower borders & trees. There are also massive lamp post with ornate speakers all over the square. The roads around the centre square are 8 lanes and very busy, you need to use the subway to get across where you go through security scanners or guards.
It takes some time to ...
... Taylor a few months ago about his traveling and he said that his favorite places to travel have always been Buddhist countries because the people are more relaxed and nicer than other places he's been. Maybe that's the difference, who knows? I'm excited for the last few days and really excited for Cambodia. Even though I've been gone a long time and traveling alone isn't as fun as traveling with family or friends I've felt more at home the further east we've travelled and enjoyed the people more ...
... to come out. Our table was so full that dishes were stacked on top of each other. It was all cooked in an outside kitchen, and passed through the window of the hall to one of the servers. The food was very delicious and I tried some things before I hadn’t tasted here yet. Each table also had cartons of cigarettes, and Bai Jiu, the Chinese alcohol which is over 40% pure alcohol. It may be the worst tasting thing I have ever tried, purely because it is ...
... much. I've got many friend from the different background. Share every though, and I've got to learn anything new. Then specially when I've got the local, they help me so much.
I should told you about the difficulty of communicating in China. I don't know why my cellphones didn't work out to send a text. There's no coin public telephone. and the easiest way is by get a new China's number in mostly sell at newspaper/magazine shop.
Other side, ...
... three bronze Buddhas are displayed - Sakyamuni in the middle, Kasyapa-matanga on the right and Maitreya on the left. There are 18 Arhats (statues of Buddha disciples) positioned on both sides of the Hall. The picture on the west wall is of Avalokitesvara with its thousands of hands and eyes. There are different halls where you will be amazed to find Buddhas around. Chinese people offered 3 incenses as a sign of respect.
For only 25 yuan, ...