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... rain during times of drought, to pray for great harvests, and to make ritualistic sacrifices on behalf of his people.
The Temple of Heaven’s centerpiece is the Hall of Prayer of Good Harvests, quite possibly one of my favorite buildings in the world. Its three tiers of blue tiling symbolize the heavens. Inside, columns are arranged by symbolic numbers that represent the seasons (four) and the months (12). The building is made of wood, contains no cement or nails, and if ...
... for a couple of days prior to Beijing. We then got a carry out of a few beers and joined the party . Forgot all the names but they all seemed lovely. Had a great chat into the early hours. The conductor looked a bit concerned when he passed us. Think he was jealous he was not invited. After a try of some Russian Vodka we decided to call it a night. Heres hoping for a great nights sleep after a sociable ...
... a fashion statement! Yes, neither of us packed a waterproof. Fail.
We met our group Sunday evening, and we have a great group. Four Aussies and two Canadians, and our tour guide is a 28yr old lady from Chendu called Cindy Lao. Information was exchanged, food was eaten and a beer was consumed.
Monday morning we are up early to head out to the Great Wall (or in the immortal words of Karl Pilkington, the "Alright Wall").
... to the Beijing city planning museum. It was at this place that we learned not only about the current state of Beijing, but also the history and future of the city's development. Within the building is an enormous exact model of the city. It is AMAZING. Every building, every window and door, every house. It takes up a room at least the size of a basketball court, with each building or house no more than a few inches tall. We then watched a movie about the ...
... had we had researched the busses but at the time we would have not found them. We complained to him about how exasperating we found traveling in China and how thankful we were that he had helped us find the right bus and avoid all the scams.
“No problem” he said with a smile “I ain’t no fool”
What a cool dude.
In the end the bus was so easy. We paid 12 yuan to the attendant once the bus was going an it ...