Kang Ming Hotel
Travel Blogs from Beijing
... dinner in China.
I sit now in my hotel room grinning ear to ear at the idea of going home tomorrow.
The 12.5 hour flight doesn't even seem like that bad considering I get to be home soon.
I am looking forward to the following things:
- seeing my family (kinda have to put this first)
- seeing how big my puppy is now
- Tim Hortons
- Western Food
- Driving on roads that are not insane
... and stern until you come across the longest largest advertising screen – after the Monument and in sight of Tian’anmen Gate (ironic!) which ruins it . Very few Westerners here – hundreds of Chinese coach tours in to take in the sights – they love taking photographs of themselves and each one is carefully posed. Babies everywhere you look. They ...
... the fact that when it comes to dance, I have two left feet or no feet at all, but at least I haven't given up, and I can make fun of myself while others around me revel in my dancing misery. But all of this is part of the fun of community theatre.
I do get a pie in my face in what may be one of the show's comic highlights and as long as I get some laughs, no matter how ludicrous I may look, my job here is done.
For our ...
... anything else. That's alright, I should be back. I may have to get a pair of "beats", "ray bans", and some ties.
Most of the group hopped on the subway to go back to Sanlitune for our second fitting. The subway was a nightmare. EXTREMELY BUSY.
Before the mall we ate at the same Arabian restaurant (got the same lamb/mushroom kebab dish).
... through check in, down the escalator to the platform and onto the train. The train was much the same as the T98 from Hong Kong to Beijing. We had opted for the Deluxe Soft Sleeper again which had two bunks, an upper and a lower, a small table and an armchair. The floor was carpeted and we had a shared bathroom between us and the next door cabin which had a toilet sink, hand dryer and even had a shower attachment although we later realised the ...