Sleepy Inn Downtown Lakeside Beijing
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... by a visit with a local family....sounds kind of touristy - but truly one of the highlights so far...an elderly couple - tea in their living room with a translator - it allowed us to sneak a peek into the lives of the people who live in this area of old Beijing.... before being taken to our new (old) hotel - I think it is 600 years old....we stopped for a Traditional Tea service and tasting....I think I am off coffee for good - it was so good - I ...Beijing, China sergemichael
... are called forward (not that I understand the call) and we join the shove to get through. The whole system reminds me of an airport - the security check, wait at the gate for the call, people keen to get on first despite having a numbered seat (or in this case bed). We follow the crowds through and down some stairs to a long corridor with stairs leading up every so often to platforms. I see a sign for a train to Shanghai, but Xiaojing steers me away telling me that this is ...Beijing, China englishrose
... may understand writing in their own language a lot better than an European talk. During our drive, I thought it would be interesting to try to communicate with our driver. He was nice and really wanted to co-operate, but he couldn't understand non of the things I was saying. I read from my phrasebook, and thank to that he could look at the question written in Chinese when we stopped - and only then he could understand me. The ride took us a little more than an ...Beijing, China gsella
... called yuhu village. it was a hard climb up the slopes. i was using the lowest gear poss and at times, i had to use the technique of zigzagging instead of going straight up the slopes, as its slightly easier this way. had lunch at a restaurant near the highest elevation that i reached. a chinese guy who was also having lunch there kept looking at me and whispering something, i think he was trying to flirt with ...Kunming, Dali, Lijiang and Shangri-la, China wander