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... then rose to rocky cliffs with trees clinging to them in Classical Chinese painting style.
At the station, we walked down a chute several hundred metres long designed to keep the arrivals from the departures, as well as encouraging orderly queuing. At the end of this chute, we could look down the last section of the climb, a wide, straight staircase, six to ten metres wide, descending several hundred metres with a three in four incline, and not much in the way ...
... along the beach is the Temple to the Goddess of the Sea. It was a miserable day and rained all if the journey to the coast, and then came on to rain while we were there. However it was an amazing place to go and see. We paid 2200RMB, which was about £110 each, but it was somewhere neither of us would have gone on our own, and certainly not a place which is usually on the tourist list of attractions in China. The drive back to Tianjin wax a bit quicker and ...
On saturday morning we took the D-train out to the coast to see where the Great Wall ends, or begins. On the sunday we got on a chartered bus to visit a less touristy place at Dongjiakou. That was a great experience, the wall is not restored and some parts you could hardly see it. We finnished that daytrip with a late lunch in the local guesthouse, very nice once again. ...
After a short morning we caught a taxi to the train station. I was so happy that we were going on a bullet train for the second time. It's not the fastest train in china but it still goes 160 kmh. It's really annoying that nobody speaks English. It's also annoying that we have to sit on a train for two hours but I'm grateful that we're not on a slower train. After a long time I think my sister has fallen asleep. Now I'm waiting for the rest of my trip to ...
Yeah, time to catch the bullet train from Beijing out to the coast. We decided to book a train station transfer from the hotel through a tour guide. So grateful that we did. The train station was so busy that we had not even contemplated the complete madness of it. All we had to do was what we were told and basically stand in a line and wait for our train. Mike says he now understands what a sardine feels like. ...