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... with me to mark as well as a book to read on the train ("The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine" -recommended read), this made the journey seem to go by quickly. We left Thursday after work and got into Beijing around 9pm. We scouted out a taxi after being followed by random Chinese men offering a drive. Finally after walking around, away from the station and the commotion we found a couple taxis down the road, we hopped in after a quick negotiation on fair, ...
Today was started at the delightful time of 4.45 thanks to our ridiculously loud neighbours. An alarm charmingly repeated at 6.15 and again at 7.30. As Beijing is now in full Mid-Autumn Festival mode, we'd set ourselves the challenge of trying 5 different types of mooncake over the weekend. This morning's candidate was a disaster. Dry pastry and chopped nuts in a sesame paste combined to create a cake equivalent of the cinnamon challenge and it was ...
... or less nothing. Even the occasional something is so rare that it amounts to nothing in the way that any number divided by zero is as near to nothing as makes no difference. Practically nothing apart from the tussocks and don't start me off on the subject of tussocks. I hate 'em. Lazy little *******s! To break the monotony, there are at intervals a shepherd or perhaps a carcass upon which feed vultures. Outer Mongolia/Inner Mongolia, there's not a lot to choose ...
... it's highly unlikely that you will find it in a locally-owned market. Regarding crowding, there are simple SO MANY people in this country, that they squeeze in when and where they need to, including subways, buses, trains, any sort of line, and more. I will discuss the idea of "waiting in line" in a bit. Many expats have a driver with a car and their commute is simply sitting in the car. Much more pleasant, but still pretty much ...
We had a nice slow start to today. Reading, relaxing and doing washing in the morning, we headed out around 1400 to wander the Hutongs and visit Tianamen. Our hotel is very close to the Hutongs. These are streets which have been kept in the classic Chinese city style - a network of small passageways lined with shops. There are a lot of restaurants - very traditional food looking. There are also a lot of street food vendors. ...