Guest House Of Navy (Sixth)
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... small village!). As good fortune would have it, our hotel was situated in the north part of Dongcheng, in an area where the hutongs that once epitomised the place were yet intact; we strolled through a few streets, eyes agog in artless wonder, as our senses absorbed the newness in everything. The constant flow of undulating, truculent, yet unhurried traffic, in every conceivable shape and size, was the most salient of the novelties.
Bicycles, mopeds (neither ...
... the local Chinese, on their way home, appeared to have no idea that they should sit in the seat shown on their boarding pass. A couple sat to our left ended up moving three times before they made it to their correct seat. And when we landed one of the cabin crew had to just about push a local guy back to his seat as he was attempting to get his stuff out the overhead bins before the plane had even managed to taxi off the runway. Well what of Beijing. It ...
... took the picture for us. I was impressed how good Shari's Chinese was. She spoke with our laoshi about how the picture should be set up. We all lined up. I had to yell at Olivia to stand next to our laoshi, so the shot would look good.
We took a normal picture first. Then we got to do a funny shot. We all did the peace sign. It was so awesome to take a picture with our awesome laoshi.
After we sat down after taking the picture, our laoshi looked at ...
... day of walking. According to Debbies pedometer we covered 24 kilometres in the day. We had a glorious lunch which included a spicy Frog dish which was very nice indeed. Grahame and Debbie even tried some and enjoyed it.This was just a precursor for Grahame's adventure later in the evening.
After our big day walking we headed back to the hotel for a swim in the magnificent pool.
Ben had asked Gin Gin about unusual ...
Just a little extra blog post to record a lovely meal we had in Beijing. Our new friends we met at Sunrise Hostel joined us for an afternoon sightseeing on Chinese New Year's day: Gill from Israel and Kevin from Canada. Kevin has the same itinerary as us for the rest of China but was planning on leaving Beijing tomorrow. He may now stay longer and join us for the rest of our tour. Another person to add to the gang! After strolling the streets ...