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For our train from Xi’an to Beijing Tammy and I got hard sleeper tickets even though the train ride was during the day. The trip was 11 hours in total. We left early in the morning, so I slept through most of the morning. Tammy and I had berths in separate cars, but we weren’t too far from each other. It gave us a chance to visit with other people on the train and make some new friends. Tammy had a little boy in her area that said hello to her half a dozen times per hour. ...
... the Hutong. We stopped on our tour to eat lunch with a local family. The aunt did the cooking for us and it was quite good. The niece and great niece served us and spoke with us. The niece is also continuing the family business of painting inside crystal bottles which means she is painting inverse images. She let us try and mine looked like Picasso went crazy. Part of the experience was learning to make dumplings. It is similar to ...
... kilometres down the road so we headed out to grab some food for dinner. It was supposed to be about 30-40 minutes down the road and after walking for about 50 and ending up on a dark section of the road surrounded by construction sites, we decided to turn back. We found a convenience store on the way back and grabbed some fruit, that was dinner.
On Sunday we went to the Temple of Confucius, the Kong Family Mansion and ...
Ffs. I guess if you're travelling for a long time then you've got to get scammed or mugged or robbed at some point, and luckily it wasn't too much money but I'm still ****** off.
So last night I went to the Donghuamen Night Market, where they sold loads of weird, crazy snacks and meats, like beetles, millipedes, tarantulas, squid, pigs trotters and noses, what looked liks cochroaches, etc. It took me a while to get there so I thought I had to try something ...
... who were positioned at almost every curve, were waving their arms like crazy, shouting "Slow down! Slow down!". For that kind of adventure Bado brought his GoPro Actioncamera. He wanted to take a Video, but unfortunately it was just a photo instead. Damn!
After Beijing we went to Xian, to see the Terracotta warriors and then on to Shanghai, where we are right now. There is a lot more to tell, but those stories and the pictures will follow soon, promised