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... they spent time there when Elspeth was teaching there. I finally got to try bibimbap. (veggies on rice with a fried egg on top)
On our final day we split up again: James wanted to return to Tian’ men square to check out Mao’s mausoleum where they have his preserved body on display for Chinese nationals to pay their respects. Mum and I weren’t too keen so instead we went to the zoo to see the pandas! They were so cute, but zoos ...
... doing fine and craving some country life. Time to move on, bring our week in Beijing to a close and head south to warmer weather, a more rural setting and hopefully some cleaner air. So that's it for now, what should I say about our week in Beijing in summary? We saw lots of what Beijing has to offer within the 2nd ring road. The city has 4 ring roads around its centre alone and as we have mentioned before in this blog, the metropolitan area is the size of Belgium. The ...
... getting ready to go home--it feels like I'm not ready for it, like I didn't have enough time to mentally prepare. All of a sudden it seems all the crazy new experiences of this summer are washed together into one big blur. I'm glad I decided to keep a blog and I hope it can help me peel them off from each other and retain a vivid recollection of each one.
It's crazy how quick your body and mind adapt to a new culture ...
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... it tends to be. We had a feast fit for a King and although I tried a little of the duck I mostly stuck to the other dishes which I found were much more suited to my pallet, the pick of these dishes was the sweet and sour Squirrel Fish, apparently another Beijing speciality. The duck was surprisingly served just as we would get it at home, the only difference being that the meat is served in slices as opposed to shredded. After the meal we had an interesting ...