Beijing Guxiang 20 Club
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... we entered China I thought that they were very slack, checking nothing, but you try to leave 1 hour on the check in queue another hour to have customs check and hand luggage checked. They checked everything twice or maybe 3 times. Flight at least had movies on board bthe ut who wants to look at movies at 3am so tried to sleep. Got to Moscow at their time 5.30am (8 hour flight) to 8 degrees.
We thought that China was bad trying to get out but Russia just to transfer flights ...
... only 8.30 and already the police and army are on the streets closing the city off. The taxi driver is petrified when we ask him to pull into our street. He obviously isn't allowed to park there, with quick bye bye byes. Back at the hotel we put our bags away and head down to the hotel bar for a drink. We enjoy Whitney Houston and the classic karaoke songs and type up the blog for today.early night tonight, off to shanghai tomorrow! Nighty night, Clíona , miriam, Des & Cian ...
The alarm rang at 7 before we all enjoyed a buffet breakfast, eating everything from roast potatoes, rice noodles and vegetables, wontons and cornflakes.
Headed out at 9am and visited the The Temple of Heaven. What an incredible place! So much beautiful space, the cherry blossom was out, people everywhere dancing and playing a whole range of games ( like Chinese chess, badminton, hacky sack ). Warm, balmy day of about 25. Could even see a hint ...
... when we arrived we couldn´t quite believe the crowds - it seemed like every train came into the station at the same time and it took us about ten minutes to even get out onto the streets... We then found our way to the metro and found our way to our hostel.
We decided to have a look around and have some lunch, found this massively wide road that had all sorts of expensive shops. I get grouchy if I haven´t eaten so we stupidly went into ...
... br> We also caught up with Ian and Emily a few times. Ian was Dad's childhood neighbour, and so they always enjoy going out together when in the same country. Chinese tradition indicates that the eldest person at the table will pay the bill, and so Ian and Emily have not let me pay the several times they have invited me to dinner, so I enjoyed Dad (being the oldest, though we try not to remind him!) treating everyone.
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