Qianyuan International Business Hotel
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... car staff in the process.
Before the bullet train – “Big big big train.”
On the bullet train – “Go very fast.”
On the train a bit later when a man spit in the sink – “Man spit it out on the train.”
At the Great Wall gondola – “Go up up up.”
In the Temple of Heaven Park – “Hear more music.”
At breakfast in The Conrad – “Lady put napkin in lap. Nihao nice ...
This morning we packed all our belongings and checked out of our beautiful Beijing Hotel. Ocean (our tour guide) picked us up early to go to Temple of Heaven park to watch a Taiji demonstration. Before we knew it, we were sucked into the energy that is Temple of Heaven park: people everywhere playing music, badminton, dancing with beautiful red fans, doing Taiji (some with swords) and many other activities. It was amazing and we all enjoyed participating in ...
... I didn't witness this myself).
One last incident I also didn't myself witness, but a friend told me, was in the cafeteria one day, one of the cooks was carrying a tray with 3 full dishes of food on it, got angry, and smashed the whole tray and contents on the ground.
All of this happened in less than 3 months. I'm trying to remember the last time I witnessed anything like this in Canada.... wait, have I ever witnessed anything like this in Canada?
... have. They are a proud race with a very conflict ridden past with the Japanese and work hard to maintain their rich culture and save face in the international limelight. I have had the pleasure of meeting many locals and people who have lived in Beijing for a number of years. It has given me the chance to see beneath the surface and understand the country more to be able to suggest my tentative conclusions and opinions. The last day if my adventure was ...
Over the road is Tanami Square, just looks like a MASSIVE meeting/gathering point for festivals and alike (need to read up on the history of what happened here) and then home to the Red Lantern. Another great little hostel, full of character and charm (190,twin bed, share bathroom). Tonight we try Peking duck and it doesn’t agree with mum. I think it is because there is a lot of fat, or, because she saw ...