Traveler Inn Huaqiao Beijing
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... Like I said when I visited the Confucius temple, I had no better idea about Confucianism after I'd left, same as today with Taoism, I had no more of a clue when we left the Dongyue Temple, apart from they pray to very morbid statues. As well as a working temple it is also the Beijing Folk Museum, 2-for-1. So in we went and immediately surrounded by 'guardsmen's of hell'. Regrettably for the blog there are no pictures of any of these monstrous looking beasts ...
China blog Chapter One: Red Dawn We arrived at Beijing Capital Airport at midnight and got into the taxi that was waiting for us. It left us bewildered at what turned out to be the wrong hostel. We got another taxi which left us somewhere else that turned out to be wrong too. Despite our having the name of the hostel and its street written out in Chinese, several cabbies had no idea where it was (shook their heads; zoomed off). By this time the streets were nearly deserted and it ...
... they were originally restored and thus much prettier, but it seems kind of cheesy to show you all pictures of playing cards. At the same time, they're the first souvenir I bought with the intent to keep them (I might not, it depends how much my brother-in-law likes them when I show him, as he actually plays cards whereas I do not).
Apologies for being boring and short, but I have a test to study for that I missed 2 of the classes for on account of my illness, wish me luck!
... in the first cubicle who was there for the duration! This was one of those moments when you need to move out of your comfort zone and think "when in China"! I stood in front of the doorway to give Aoife some privacy. Aoife blocked the door for me in a non-blocking dancing about kind of way! An 8 year old fidgeting around in a doorway doesn't really work! As we walked out of the Ladies we were greeted by laughter all round from our fellow McGahan's!
I woke up on Wednesday determined to do more than I had the previous 2 days, however I now realised I literally had no travel plans after Saturday, and I needed to get my train ticket from Beijing booked quickly as the trains sell out. I asked at the hostel about train tickets for Saturday. They informed me that there was a 20 hour train to Xian, but only in a "hard seat" the worst kind on the train. I had visions of sitting on a wooden bench for a day with chickens running around my ...