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Poobede sme sa este stretli s nasimi priatelmi na velvyslanectve, zastavili sa v obchodoch
a vystartovali sme na zeleznicnu stanicu v Pekingu ...niekto taxikom a ja s Rastom metrom.
Cesta z Pekingu do Pingyaa bola nasa prva skuska vlakoveho spojenia v Cine.... treba zazit!!!
... I wanted a beer. I saw the board with the specials for the day. Ginger beer was on it. So we decided to try it.
When we got our drinks, the ginger beer was actually soda. Disappointed about not getting an actual beer, but it tasted good. At least I tried something new.
A waitress was carrying a plate with a vegan burger on it.
"That looks so good." Corrine smiled. "I am ordering that next time."
"Ew." I said. "When I want a ...
... impressive. Get to Badaling train station and follow the crowd up a steepish hill. In the sun it's pleasantly warm, but the wind has made it bitterly cold. Hands out of pockets for any more than about 4 or 5 seconds and they start going painfully numb. Some hawkers direct us via the giftshops, they seem quite insistent and everyone else is doing it. Walk past a shop that sells tourist ****. Gloves are £1.50, face masks £2. We walk on £3.50 ...
Early start again this morning, had to be at the Metro station at 6.40am to catch that to the Northern Train station where we caught the fast train to Beijing. The fast train is very flash and much nicer and cleaner than the other train we took the other day.. There is plenty of foot room and the seats recline nicely, the bathroom is surprisingly clean too! Haha. The trains top speed was 301km per hour so is the fastest land ...
... first month and a half of their lives and then they are put in small pens that restrict their movement and force fed several times a day.
After harvesting and cleaning, the skin is separated from the body by blowing air underneath and through it. This allows the skin to cook separately and lets most of the fat cling to the meat and keep it characteristically moist. In times past this was accomplished by inserting bamboo ...