Happy Holiday Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... breeze. The physical exertions to date have caused Fay to become semi-dependent on a chinese drink called "scream". We're not quite sure what it is, but we think it is a form of sports drink. It seems to be doing the trick though so we'll probably continue to consume it. Tomorrow we hope to explore the forbidden palace and heaven park temple before travelling to Xi'an and the terracotta warriors the following day. Love to you all and hope you're all well X x ...
... the show: Wu - Martial/War/Battle/etc. Today we find part of Joseph's: Ren - HumanityKindness/Philanthropy, and Sarah and Lily's: An - Peace. Auspicious omens.
A brief summary of the rest of the day:
Village tour cancelled, due to late organisation by Lee and our general sluggishness. We are on holiday after all.
First stop we get to visit the Olympic stadium! - 30 mins of wandering about the iconic venue. Scene of ...
... mentality. They are so proud of what they've achieved and how magnificent this creation is. Another funny thing is how the Chinese keep asking the kids (particularly the girls) to pose with them for a photo. We have spent a lot of time wondering how they explain who the girls are when they show their photos at home. Tonight is a relaxing night back at the hotel. The kids have grown tired of eating Chinese food every day (after only 2 days!) ...
... stop and to the opposite side of the platform to get my final, should be second but is the fourth, train! I make it to the long distance bus stand after almost 45 minutes of train hopping!
I find the bus that is the 916 and I get on board, take my seat and the lady comes over to take payment for my ticket (once the bus has started moving) when I tell her where I am going she starts yapping in Chinese and I have no idea what's wrong! Thankfully ...
... except there was a picture of a dog on top of the stall and the Chinese man was yelling "Go", which I happened to learn was dog when I was playing with google translate the night before. There were more snacks that I could not identify at all. Snake was a really popular, every other stall we passed, some one would yell "Snake!" and waved a snake of a stick at us. Santhosh was the only person who tried anything. He settled on the 2 smaller brown scorpions (they had ...