Home Inn (Baoding Railway Station)
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... time I'd seen one at full speed go past me, and let's just I didn't get a photo - it was too fast! y eyeballs and turning head couldn't ever keep up with watching it!
Next thing we were on our train, next thing we were in Beijing. The Capital City! Rather than take a taxi the 45 minutes to our hotel, I suggested we take to Beijing's Metro. Two guys (Ben and Jason) thought it sounded like fun, and 10 minutes later we were hopelessly lost, asking for ...
... which was a good idea for an hour or so until I looked across the fields and saw how far away the road was.
It definitely didn’t follow the river like I thought it did.
What idiot would build a road that follows ...
... Changsha Shire during the Qin Dynasty. In the early Han Dynasty (206BC-220AD), it was governed by the Nanyue State, and the central government conquered it and brought this region into the Guiyang Shire later.
Present Qingyuan City was established in 1988.
... is grace.
When you see a priest use a plastic insect splatter net to splat on a mosquito/fly on the sacred altar while mass is being conducted, you know that is China….. I mean, humor.
When you see toothless children in dirty, simple summer clothes smile and wave back at a stranger while riding their bicycles or grandpas holding their grandkids so that you can capture them ...
... Mother who was sitting next to her, sell her to potential life partners in the village? Will she ever be happy leading life as a simple village girl or will she go against the norm and move to the city to seek a different life?
Then, I saw a really strange sight where amidst single story, messy and dirty homes, 2 striking towers covered in gold color stood magnificently. It was hard not to miss it. I have reached my final destination, the Shrine of our Lady of Dong Lu.