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Travel Blogs from Beijing
... people watching (actually no, I do not sit on any steps – I have yet to sit on any step or ledge in China because I know that someone has peed there moments prior).
Today also marks a special day for me – it is the day I discovered the Jing Bian! I had noticed people making it all over the streets, but I only finally tasted it today! Note to self: ...
... very beautiful. And very kind.
Everyone has been extraordinarily friendly. Every time I've not been sure where to go or what to do someone has come up to me, said they speak English and offered to help. People are lovely.
... mine without the sausage or the chili and they place other vegetables within the folds of the crepe which is thin and crispy here. It's incredibly tasty and what impresses me is the entrepreneurship of these Chinese. This is a pretty profitable enterprise and most of these little street stalls are manned by two people, usually a couple ...
... the masses 1km up the road to the entrance to the Great Wall. This area is just a tourist town so it was very easy to find our way, buy tickets and climb onto the wall ($18 for both of us). There were 2 directions to go, we followed 'Hero Stele' since that had the least number of people. Within a few short metres of climbing onto the wall we realised just how bad the smog is in Beijing. We had seen pictures of the wall and even had touts waving postcards ...
... nice people as well who could be potential friends.
Another good day at work, lots more role play - and we are getting better at it! The boss is pleased anyway so far so that's the main thing.
Off home now, and meeting our Kiwi friend Alistair at Paddy's bar tonight for quiz night. That's after I attempt cooking noodles as it's definitely my turn!!!!
That's all for now folks!!