Southern Sky Pearl Express Hotel
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... him to the cashier, Geoff handed over 100y and got a card. The man took the card and again told us to wait, then the penny dropped. You purchase a card for 100y and then you go around with your card and the individual shop owners swipe the card. You can top the card up to any amount and when you are finished with the card 2 years or in our case the next day, you can go back to the ...
Out lovely private guide Ming/English name Michael, picked us up at the hotel this morning. He took us first to the most famous tea house in China, Doctor Tea. Tried some lovely teas inc ulong, peur, jasmine, green tea and fruit tea.. Then headed out to the Mutianyu Great Wall section. Was so fab going up to a lovely quiet section where the tourists weren't too crazy. Got the cable car up to save ...
... all the action was. Finally we gave up and just sat down on a seat by the side of the road. The kids were totally done in but so amazing as they did not complain! After deciding that we could not sit there all afternoon even though we wanted to we headed back towards the entrance gates. Caleb daring as he is spotted a taxi and flagged it down. The relief was palpable. Finally sitting in the car we were heading back for a well deserved rest at the ...
... if necessary or he could just do some prep work. The last main hall was the “hall of preserving harmony”, this was the banquet hall. For all these halls you could not go inside but they had doors open and balustrades so you could peer in, as the Chinese don’t appear to do anything in orderly fashion they push and shove and do anything possible to get to the front so they can see, however, they don’t let you out easier either. Had a ...
... a massive waste of potential.
Wandering around the grounds we once again found ourselves drawing a lot of random attention from Chinese people, who almost fell over themselves to stop in their tracks to stare at us – we even had some random woman and her child stop me to ask for a photograph! Even though I had been warned this may happen, I still found it fecking weird.
Weaving our way though the disordered crowds ...