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... each carriage has an attendant who takes your ticket, swaps it for a plastic card and will wake you in time for your stop. We had a three hour transfer wait for a not very fast bullet train to the Yangzee where we connected with our river cruise boat. The bullet train may not have been particularly fast but it was mighty comfortable and had a terrific western loo. Station announcements were written up and spoken in English though I am not sure why. Outside the ...
... What a sight! Lines of colourful market stalls decorated with a variety of unusual and some might say disgusting food including snakes coiled around sticks, crunchy scorpions, deep fried grasshoppers, slimy squid and sticky insect cocoons. Yum yum!!! I ate Chinese dumplings, called Jiaozi, which are delicious balls of dough filled with meat, vegetables or seafood. On the way ...
... eat for the next while. The food is cheap (lunch cost me about AUD$1.60), and it is about as good as you would expect cafeteria food to be. It is nowhere near restaurant standard, but it is good enough.
I have been trying out different restaurants the last few days. One of them desperately required someone to re-translate the dishes, because one dish was labeled "bizarre food" and another was called “casserole of bacteria”. ...
Just a bit of walking around the city today, nothing to strenuous.
Spotted a giant panda statue Wang jing area, then also had a round at the local indoor driving range ... managed to break two drivers while I was there but that's likely due to ****** equipment more than anything... after that was a spot of Indian for dinner (quite ...
... and shoving!! After a couple of hours at the forbidden city and the imperial gardens we slowly made our way down to the Temple of Heavenly Peace which is about a 30 minute walk away. This was a lovely park with some beautiful palaces inside which is where the emperors and general public went to worship heaven and pray for a good harvest. It really was surreal how lovely the grounds were and the temples within it. I know I haven't mentioned food yet, but we have been ...