Beijing Kuntai Novel Hotel
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... some pedal boats that are used in the summer, and ice skating is normally common in the winter – but it’s been too warm this year. Shame, that would have been really fun. Anyway, after a few hours of wandering around the grounds and the lake, admiring the scenery, and eating a disgusting sausage in the hopes that it might warm us up
(it didn’t), we were all so cold that we decided to head back to the bus and onto an early lunch.
After lunch, we ...
... whilst the few Westerners were more impress with the gold and jewels.
We made our way through the Treasury to the Opera House, a three story pavilion filled with trapdoors and special effect machinery and open to the elements,which used to show Beijing opera to the emperor and empress. The emperor and empress, would sit in little rooms in another pavilion to observe the show.
This section of the palace was a ...
... sign in bright pink. He led us outside and we hopped into his extremely clean and floral scented cab. Buckle up! Oh, just kidding, there were no seatbelts. My firefighter, safety obsessed father is pooping his heart out reading this about now. Since we landed in Beijing around midnight, there wasn’t much to see. My eyes led me to watch our cab driver as he nodded his head and closed his eyes while driving 80 MPH on a busy, winding highway. I just want to ...
... like Cornwall, but Cornwall has never seen or heard the like of the motorbikes and rickshaws which deafen and nearly kill you. But the lake is beautiful, especially at sunset and sunrise, with bathing ghats used by the locals.
At Pushkar, we were blessed by a Brahmin priest, a lovely ceremony which was a bit spoiled by him not being very impressed by how much money we were donating to the poor and demanding more; We liked the hippy ...
... me and after walking for 6 hours I decide I need a bit of a break and a sit down. What I do miss here is a nice little bar or cafe where you can sit down and watch the world go by. I have not come across any if these, there just seem to be restaurants and no bars or cafe hang outs... I need to explore further. Again I am accosted by people trying to be my tour guide and ask where I am from. Here we go again with the scowling! Back to the hotel to load up my pics and chill for a ...