Central Garden Hotel
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... 8pm then had a nice dinner.
13th Another 40 degree day. Walked around the Dutongs at the southern end of Tiananmen Square came across the narrowest laneway in the Dutongs which was only 700mm wide just enough to walk through. In this lane apparently in the early days there were all money men there ad with a narrow lane they thought that it would be hard to rob. In the early 1900’s they were robbed so the width made no difference. We decided to go back to ...
... lovely cosy house. It was very busy at the Forbidden city, but still we could imagine that the emperors loved walking around there themselves, it was very relaxing. Unfortunately can't get in to the buildings, but had a great look at all the surroundings. We wanted to have a look at the clock exhibition hall but unfortunately you had to pay extra to get in, so we didn't go in. Out of the forbidden city we can't really decide what to do. We had planned on going to more temples but ...
We woke up super early (6:00am) and went down for our last breakfast at the hotel in Kunshan.
We developed a nice bond with the lady who works there (she didn't get one day off in the 3 weeks we were there btw) so we gave her her gift and she seemed to like it.
We bid a sad farewell to our group leader, James, as well as our colleagues who weren't joining us in Beijing.
Our bus got us ...
... we made our way back to the hostel bar to catch happy hour which is where we met Natalie from Russia, Inga from Denmark and Alexis from France. Yet again it was the United Nations sat around one table sharing a few beers, stories and laughs. The local brew is very weak so we headed back out to the 7-eleven round the corner to grab a few supplies to bring back.
Now this bit is very important folks. Never and I repeat never drink Vodka with a Russian girl. You wont win, you ...
We finished our day off with an ice-cream by Qianhai Buyan and Qianhai Lake.
Tonight we decided to venture out on the town and caught two buses to the local night market where every creature imaginable is served on a stick, the least bizarre being Squid on a stick, followed by scorpion, spider, star fish, sea horse, cricket and cow penis. After perusing the many stalls and their delicious offerings we found ourselves heading towards a ...