Zijin Yangguang Hotel
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... are extremely helpful for communicating with the locals. It's easy to have them type in the price for us so we know how much we have to pay
-I'm starting to get the chopsticks down, little by little I'm getting better--hopefully I'll get it down solid in the next week
-It isn't as smoggy here as I thought it would be. It was only a little more difficult to breath the first day we were here but I ...
... to get anywhere. Well we're on to them: we reckon many people who go to China want to make it sound difficult and challenging so they look brave and wise. We ain't brave, nor are we wise, nor do we speak and read Chinese- which is proof that anyone can do it. Sure, you can't show up expecting people to speak English, and it's true that 97% of people don't speak a word of it. But the essentials are translated; the subway system is easily negotiated with signs and announcements ...
... shopped, we ate, braided each other's hair and had a pillow fight, of course.
A bunch of us visited Hou Hai, a quaint little area with old architecture, cool touristy bars, a pong, etc.
... do’s are slightly lop sided, make up a little messed up!!! It really was a fantastic evening, and definitely one for the calendar in the future.
Sunday we woke up at 12.30pm, remembering the plan to meet at the Irish Bar at 1.30pm, to get some food then watch the first Grand Prix of the season which was on at 2pm our time. We just about made it, in a slight hungover & tired daze…… I managed 3 pints of Guinness drank at a very slow rate, unlike Mr ...
... It’s enormity and scale simply can’t be captured in photos, but imagine that the width and thickness of each of those interlocking curved steels is the height of a man and you’re getting close. Now imagine that inside, there is a football pitch, flanked by tracks around the size of squash courts then surrounded by a running track. Now imagine seats rising in all directions so high that whilst looking down from the ‘nosebleeds’ ...