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So, the fifth country on my travels (not counting Belgium for obvious reasons). Arriving in Bejing after a gruelling train journey from UlanBator with the most boring German guy on the planet (first class cabin, comfortable bed, quiet smooth train ride all spoiled by German guy who insisted on telling me about his metro ticket a friend gave him that may or may not cover the trip to his university - you're bored of that story already, he must have told me 20 ...
... to count down then go home, it is supposed to be a celebration,....
Then we decided to go to another place,.... turns out it wasn't easy,.... we couldn't get any transport,.... There were some many taxi passing by, but noone is interested in picking us,.... with 15 minutes left to countdown, we finally got one,.... the journey took 14 minutes, and more than 1 minute before we can get a bar, any bar,.... so yep,... ...
... the night that it hadn't finished developing yet. Apparently not, it appears as if I really am that pale.
At the end of the night, we went back to our hotel room and watched the Polar Express, as we do every Christmas Eve, no matter which country we're celebrating in.
Christmas Day started with an early morning for poor Hayley, who was off to her 8am class. I decided to skip this lesson, as I have not missed any other ...
... is 786 meters long and 8 meters wide, connecting Gulou East Street on its north and Di'anmen East Street on its south. This lane retains the architectural style and folk customs accumulated over 800 years. It preserves the complete street and lane in "fish sketch" of the Yuan Dynasty. The lane was called "Luogu Lane" during the Ming Dynasty because it has the feature of gong or drum with the middle ...
... had been to this same restaurant a couple of nights previous and had the most amazing seafood dish which is why I've returned, there were loads of people around having the Peking Duck which looked very good, and it didn't disappoint.
We had ordered another rice dish and I was delighted when the family at the table beside us taught us how to use chopsticks properly, the father demonstrating and the daughter trying to speak some English to ...