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Our final day in Beijing and once again we wondered this huge city just getting lost in it all and luckily stumbling across a Hutong which was heaving with people, shops, cool cafés and live music bars. This road was really hidden away but seemed to be really well known with the locals and had a great atmosphere. While there we took up an offer from one of the hundreds of cyclo rickshaw men and took a proposed 30 minute ride down all the small hidden ...
I might have got carried away with this one sorrry- love Beijing!
I should have been happy and excited for my flight to China but the standard Sam hangover had well and truly hit. I carefully covered my head, apologised to the girls and silently threw up in a paper bag. I would have gone to the bathroom had there not been three food trolleys blocking my way. Alcohol is just not my friend as most of you know.
Beijing airport was so calm, certainly not what I ...
... is now a public park where many retired people come to play Chinese chess, cards, mahjong and exercise. The park is impressive. The temple equally so, but I am getting all templed out now. The history is interesting though. The emperor was held responsible for the success or failure of the years harvest and natural events. The temple of Heaven was constructed so the emperor, in solitude other than the odd concubines would,prayer to the gods for a ...
... up the area beyond it's original large scale.
Andrew was just coming down with a cold, but it wasn't enough to slow us down much… and Andrew wanted to give the new hostel's kitchen a go-through, so we headed downstairs to grab some breakfast, on our way out. Expensive, and mediocre. But filling! I had an omelet and toast, and Andrew had the "American Breakfast" consisting of two fried eggs, a hash brown, a sausage, a piece of ...
... out to look for some food as I was now gnawing my own arm with hunger. However, as it was Friday night, the food stalls were heaving with locals, in the end Dan bought a classic khaki green t-shirt emblazoned with a red star of china, we retreated to the bar we went into the first night, had a couple of beers on a ‘2 for 1’ offer which Dan failed to understand and ended up with 4. I then spied a rather good looking toasted ham and ...
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