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... at the Beijing system, clean, on time, great security and 20p per person per trip. Yes, that's right! All four of us travelled for 8 yuan (80p approx). Returned to the hotel for a cuppa and a Danish pastry pinched from breakfast this morning (Johns idea!) Then back out onto the underground for a night visit to Tiananmen Square. It was even more wonderful all lit up! Early start in the morning to fly to Hong Kong and the final segment of this incredible trip ...
... we waited with hundreds of other people. But we had a 3 1/2 hour layover so we were not in a hurry. We finally made it to Beijing - caught the Airport Express into the city and got off the train and guess what - we had no idea of where we were...but of course the helpful taxi drivers all offered to help us find ...
... are presented with a certificate for your duck, and I ate duck head. The restaurant was beautifully decorated, and the food was delicious.
We then went to the uni to sort out the accommodation. I have been put in a room with a Russian girl, whom I am yet to meet. I am hoping she speaks English (or Chinese) competently, or there will be some awkward language barriers for the first while. My dorm room is big enough, with a single bed and ...
Even though I woke up ridiculously early, Kevin had offered to wake up at the same time in order to help me get to the bus station. Despite my protests, he insisted. We took a taxi to the bus station, and with his knowledge of Chinese, we learned that there were no buses to Shenyang, because the highway was closed due to excessive fog. I was beginning to think that I wasn't meant to go to Beijing today, but we walked across the street to the ...