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... finally escaping the walls that surround the forbidden city, we walked back to Tiananmen square, picking up a 'Traditional Beijing fruit pancake' that was cooked for us on the side of the road. We also met a Chinese artist that teaches English and sells guided tours to the Great Wall of China, so we secured a great deal with him for a guided tour the next day! After a while longer of wandering up and down the streets trying ...
This is definitely turning into a trip of firsts.
First champagne and Caviar (courtesy of the fantastic Dutch
national airline KLM, fly with them!)
First real Beijing Duck, First scorpion on a stick and first
Yes. Snake meat.
Perhaps naively I assumed the tasty looking uncooked meaty thing on a skewer was lamb
or something equally innocent. The fact it was flanked by a tray of centipedes,
locusts and ...
... wasn’t until later at night). We were all a little wiped out, and more so sad about leaving Beijing, so we all piled into our room and watched movies on top of our luggage all afternoon before our final dinner in Beijing and heading to the train station for Taizhou!
Spending close to 3 weeks in Beijing was really an awesome experience. I will come home remembering a lot about this city: ...
... High praise indeed. The show itself was pretty good, but I had expected more board breaking and feats of that nature although I can't take anything away from the dude who was suspended on 3 metal spikes. The show was so choreographed I'm not sure how monky the monks actually are as opposed to general performers. Back at the hotel, people slopped off to bed straight away or after one pint at the ...
... of people only speak a language I'm still just learning.
I won't lie, I'm pretty nervous.
Let me give some background. At some point towards the end of high school, I decided I was going to ditch the Spanish and Latin I'd studied up until that point and make Mandarin Chinese my new language frontier in college.When I got to the College of William & Mary, I dove right in, and quickly learned that Mandarin was not only the hardest language I'd ...