Beijing Desheng Hotel
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... it to the hotel we got an upgrade and free drinks at happy hour so quickly recovered from the train station charades. We are happy not to have to sleep on another train again until we get to California.
Thank you to everyone that has left comments. It has been lovely to read them when we finally reach civilisation (wifi). We love and miss you all and Wills has now told me I have had enough of the complimentary red wine.
... who we are convinced has a crush on me) “Do you like Lol?”, “What is the weather like in Engbang?” and “When do you move on? I hope it is not soon as I don’t want you to go”.
In the past week I have been teaching them, I have become very attached to them and their funny ways although it can be a challenge in class at times. To match their culture, Chinese students are reluctant to give away answers by volunteering as they see ...
... better out here than in England). We crossed a huge bridge over the Yellow River and its flood plain. Little fishing boats below. Xian; big city at sunset; tower blocks and building sites. We knew for certain it was Xian when we saw the city walls. According to Greenpeace, 57 billion disposable wooden chopsticks are made in China every year, the equivalent of 3.8 million trees. We arrived at out hostel (it was big). We had been told we were on the first floor; ...
... s supposed to be screwed
on top of the lens L
I wanted to trace back my route inside the forbidden palace to search for it,
but it would be like searching for a needle in a mountain of hay (ha ha, what a
translation :p ) Yeah well, nothing to do...
I continued my quest inside the forbidden city and I got lost for about 2-3
hours... well worth it if you ask me, but absolutely no need to saty a full day
as recommended by the guide ...
... the hostel put on a free buffet for all the guest as part of their new year celebrations. There was heaps of different dishes to choose from, ranging from Asian cuisine, salads and cold pastas and demo desserts as well. Surprisingly though the lasagne was the pick of the bunch. Whilst about 45 people tried to squeeze into the cafe to eat their meals (a room smaller than my lounge room), you could hear the locals partaking in private pyrotechnics displays. Some of them were so ...