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... a meal which is very refreshing. Stale food is very popular in China and I know what you are thinking as I have had that same thought many a time, whilst walking in the streets you may be greeted with the most unpleasant smell of stinky tofu which is very popular in China. Living in a small town it took some time getting used to the constant staring or the not so subtle whispering of “lowaai” which translated means foreigner . The constant bombarding of people asking to ...
... street that is a big tourist attraction for both locals and foreigners.
There were all kinds of shops that were a little overpriced but had almost everything you could want to buy as gifts in China. Most of us split up with our Chinese partner and enjoyed the local delicacy snack, Shao Bing (Burnt Cake). Sounds yummy huh? It is a sesame see cake-cracker that can be sweet or salty. I thought they were really good. One of ...
... all the way back to Jinan, to get us back in time for our imaginary train to Beijing. But it was great; they took a scenic road that doubled as a dike to keep back the ever flooding Yellow River. So the trip back was very nice, and I ended up napping part of it.
One extra day in Jinan and then we were indeed on our way to Beijing. Nearly missed the train, but what fun trip doesn't start with running headlong through a train station some where in ...
When one thinks of China, there are many traditional things that the country is known for that immediately jump to mind. Things like the color red, qipao (旗袍: traditional silk dresses), and tea. So far on our trip we have seen an abundance of the color red (the Chinese symbol for happiness), and drank enough tea to last me a lifetime! When you go out to eat, especially to the nicer restaurants, tea is to the Chinese meal and ...
... but instead of drinking it the tea must be dumped. Once the leaves have been washed and the cups have been rinsed, you're ready to serve the tea, but you can't just pour the tea straight into the cups. Instead, you must move the teapot in a circular motion as you pour. I have to say that this lesson was hen you yi si (很有意思: very interesting)!
After learning the proper technique of brewing and ...