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... treated to a VIP tea ceremony where we are taught how to hold the little cup, how the drink the various teas (slurping, swilling and chewing) and we are introduced to an array of products that you need to use to drink the tea (apparently a kettle and mug doesn’t cut it in China). Here I discovered that fresh Jasmine tea is amazing and fruit tea made from lumps of dried fruit is the best thing ever, but again we leave empty handed.
Finally we ...
... to passers-by, who relished in squirming and squealing at the sight of these writhing insects in their last moments before being popped into a friend's mouth.
Jinsheng park, on the other hand, was immediately calming in the lengthening dusky shadows of this warm summer evening. We climbed to a temple at its highest point and stared in awe across this vast metropolis, its millions of orange, red and white lights twinkling in the deepening blackness. A line ran through the centre ...
... I have never felt in any other country I have visited.
Also, I never saw the sky or sun all the time I was in Beijing - air pollution is a big problem - there is a constant haze as will be seen when I upload my pictures. Which brings me to that situation - I will not be able to upload the pictures until I am back in the UK due to systems here - another story.
Tiananmen Square is huge - and consists of the following:
... agua de allí porque es la mejor, por eso tenía ganas de probarla. Eso sí, la cola para poder llenar la botella estuvo tan larga que sentí casi que la diosa de la luna ya iba a regresar por su conejo, jajajaja. Logramos llenar la botella y el agua resultó deliciosa y muy fría.
Seguimos avanzando y llegamos a un templo budista. Allí Wendy nos explicó que los chinos usualmente toman el incienso para pedir por un área específica de su vida, se inclinan varias veces con él ...
... to get a seat.
The temple is nice. It's up in the mountains so it was a little cooler. It was a nice temple, not too busy. I've seen so many temples that I'm not very excited by them anymore. By the time I got there I had to worry about getting the last bus back to the city because it leaves at 5:30
The temple is the largest in Beijing. There were very old trees and a nice view from the top because the temple is built ...