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... the base of the hill to our car.
Our next stop was to go to a restaurant famous for a local Beijing dish- Peking Duck. It was in the very center of town and took about 2 hours to get to because of the distance from the Great Wall and Beijing traffic. We arrived at 3pm at Da Dong Roasted Duck Restaurant, which is famous for making the Peking duck in both the traditional way and modern way. The others in the group had not tried the modern way yet, so we ...
... with Susan and saw pretty tea sets. When the Chinese Stephanie walked in, she was shocked when she saw a tea cup costing forty yuan. She told me that it should cost ten instead. Nice to know how much to pay for one when I go shop for one).
We walked back to where the bikes were. As we were walking, some people in our group biked passed us and laughed at us for being late. Whatever, I did not care.
At one point, there was a little ...
... since time was running short. As luck goes, WI-FI wasn't working and the computer was in Chinese and difficult to master. Time ran out and I couldn't get a hostel reserved or anything else accomplished. The hostel manager/owner bought the train tickets to Shanghai for me (with a fee) the night before. The last express train (6 hours) to Shanghai would have left before I returned from my day trip so I bought what seemed like a better and much cheaper option which was a 7 ...
... as soon as we got into the terminal we had to board immediately. So much for Belgian waffles and chocolate :( We got on the Hainan airline flight and were immediately served a delcious Chinese lunch, chicken, rice and veggies. We also had seatback touchscreen entertainment systems, without which I most likely wouldn't have survived the 10 hour flight. I managed to watch 4 movies, 3 shows, eat some seaweed covered peanuts,meanwhile failing to doze off at all. They ...
... post the pictures that I have soon.
The ferry ride to China was LONG and I slept in a room with 9 other people on the floor. I was the only non-Chinese, non-Japanese national, English speaker on the boat so it was a lonely 3 days. Although, I've never appreciated the fact that I could speak Japanese more in my life since that's how I communicated with people. There was a Chinese guy that spoke Japanese as a ...
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