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Pretty sleepy after a long day so today's blog will be shorter. I know I know you loove reading my blog so much that you are disappointed, but you will survive. Today started out with a rickshaw ride thought the streets of the Hutong area in Beijing. Hutong means narrow streets, if I am remembering correctly. The Rickshaw took us to the home of a local family. Our guide explained a little bit about this area, the way their house were set up Feng Shui is a huge part ...
... farce involving a rich visitor and a hotel manager, and the other was a traditional Chinese war story with the famous princess defeating the invaders! We chatted to Kelly, a lovely young American girl who is traveling around Asia on her own, and a young couple of students, one American, one Polish, who are over here for 6 months studying Chinese. Another really fantastic and successful day!
... the dozy 'low wei' who did it. We have had a lot of very early starts and tomorrow will also be one I think, so I am looking forward to getting on board the plane and letting myself fall into the hands of the lovely BA staff. On arrival we were met by the lovely Ting, who we now regard as a friend rather than a guide. She was pleased to see us and took us on our last outing to the 798 Art District. A lovely sunny ...
... a reappearance struggling to carry an enormous book.
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Ignoring me, she flicked open the tome and with a suspiciously well practiced flourish it opened right on the page offering shark fin soup ...
... greatest wonders of the world, was listed as a World Heritage by UNESCO in 1987. Just like a gigantic dragon, the Great Wall winds up and down across deserts, grasslands, mountains and plateaus, stretching approximately 8,851.8 kilometers (5,500 miles) from east to west of China. With a history of more than 2000 years, some of the sections are now in ruins or have disappeared. Construction Period: About ...