Profit Spring Leisure Club
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... the gates and past the stone animals all in different poses with lots meanings was spectacular. Very peaceful despite the large number of people around. The temple and tomb (which was somewhere under the hill behind the temple) again had a special quality that signalled this was a significant part of China's history. I am finding myself becoming more and more enthralled with China's past. I cannot wait to see what tomorrow brings. Stay ...
... line-height: 15.8599996566772px;">After little rest I rush to the agent to arrange my onward ticket and head off to meet my host. Her apartment is tucked into an enclave on the edge of the city centre and proves to be a great spot for seeing the city. Her mother happens to be visiting when I arrive and in true motherly fashion she whips up some food for me.
I drop my stuff and armed with loads of information about buses to ...
Today I leave Beijing for 19 hours in a “hard seat” (the
lowest class on long distance rail travel) to Harbin. Current temperature in
the capital of Heilongjang: -28c. I’ll get in tomorrow morning with the
challenge of finding a hostel 5 miles out of town that doesn’t seem to be
listed on any review guides whatsoever.
I’ve overspent in the capital, both duck restaurants and the
mega buffet didn’t come in ...
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Throughout the trip we were making fun of Chinese wine and The Great Wall Wine in particular. Let's just say we were not convinced that the Chinese had mastered the art of wine making. Well, we had joked previously about getting a bottle of Great Wall Wine for the Great Wall, but only in ...
... Wangfujing, and the market backstreets. Entered through an extravagant gate, the narrow market alleys were hazy from the food stall ovens and packed. The first stall displayed live scorpions on sticks - no bigger than your baby finger - as well as locusts, starfish, seahorses. We were fascinated and revolted all at once. Bustling noise, clamouring souvenir tat and invitations to buy. We whipped through it quickly, too overwhelmed to do ...