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This was my third trip to Beijing. I had visited the Chinese capital twice in 2013 to meet with ChinaSoft International during the Catapult Systems M&A process. As I looked out the window of the plane on our final approach into the Beijing airport, I could not believe my eyes. It was bright and sunny, the sky was radiant blue, and I could the landscape below for miles. It was beautiful, and not at all what I was expecting. During my previous two visits to Beijing, ...
Thwarted at my first attempt I set out early in the rain to beat the crowds. We'll, was crowded, but not super super crowded. It gets so jammed with tourists their thinking of changing pricing to encourage people to come at off peak times. Actually, this is a good point to talk about Chinese tourists. At all the touristy places, there's tonnes of Chinese tourists, and generally Chinese tourists in china travel ...
... Chinese class.
Before class started, Jean was screaming about not having class next Monday. I turned and asked, "Why?"
Jean answered that it was the Tomb Sweeping Holiday next Monday. The minute my professor walked in the door, I yelled, "Do we have class next Monday?" She said no.
For class, instead of a typical dictation, it was a competition of boy versus girl. Jean and Natasha went up to the board and they ...
... Most of the food offered were in fact dead before cooking, but the scorpions were put in the deep fryer still moving and wrigglying about. Starfish, spiders, grasshoppers, centipedes, seahorse, lizards, snakes and silkworms could be bought on a stick, for quite the expense; a tarantula would set you back 80 yuan. I settled for a scorpion and a grasshopper for starters, and mystery meat (presumably pork) on a stick for main course.
Before leaving Beijing I took the chance of ...
... based off of prices in Chengdu and Xi’an as I didn’t take a cab to the airport, which is a fair ways out from the city).
Beijing Capital Airport is really nice and has a very intuitive lay out. From the metro stop it was a short walk into the airport and the disembarking stations are near the entrance. After a bit of a wait (there were a few shops and restaurants to idle the time away, ...