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... street vendors before clamoring to find a taxi home to get some rest for the next long day of school and evening in the city. A few weekends, I ended up going out for several days surviving with just what was
packed in my school bag on Friday. China was sometimes scary, but at least it was never dull.
The past 6 weeks have been the fastest ones of my life. But they've also been the most adventurous, joyful, and exciting weeks ...
... Dutch a bedstee. In Pingyao we finally found a small Chinese flag to go on the back of our car ( next to the Australian, Thailand and Laos flag, we have unfortunately lost the Malaysian flag somewhere along the way). We spend the rest of our time enjoying our souvenirs we bought here; a Mahjong game, chess game, a Chinese calculator and a Red army medical bag.
After the old Chinese charm of Pingyao it was up to the big smoke.......... Beijing.
... heating system, and he will meet someone from my school here tomorrow to make sure it is working, so perhaps they have decide to turn it on early this year....I can only hope. The air con unit in the lounge is pretty good, and I invested in a hot water bottle, so am managing to keep myself warm enough. I have been told that the central heating is so effective we will need to open windows to cool the place down - sounds ...
So today was meant to be our more relaxed and slow paced day as we had done everything we wanted to in Xian but the City wall. We had saved this for last as we thought it would be a lovely stroll and a chance to see the whole city from a birds eye view. We were meant to be doing Mount Huashan today but Seema would have struggled plus had other issues so we decided against it. It would have been a mission and we would have been too knackered ...
... for this bit which is really only a wee bit of fabric and good trusty chinese-made clips. The dodgiest part was when you meet someone coming the other way because then you've to try and past them on a ledge that's only two planks thick.
We started making our way down the mountain and done the west peak before coming down 'the soldiers path', a quicker way down that's a lot more vertical. We were knackered by the time we got to the ...