Courtyard by Marriott Beijing Northeast
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... together. Confidentially though, her chop sticking needed work - but in fairness, up to now it had been the usual knife and fork drill. We were truly in China and on our way to a city of 15 million.
After 28 hours we had arrived at Beijing Station. It was sunny and easy and good to be on the ground again. We had an email from our hotel showing their address in Chinese and the amount to pay for a cab. We declined one taxi offered at ten ...
... table. Chinese people would stop and take our photo all the time. The atmosphere was just incredible and the best way to spend our last night in China. We wandered down to a tea house that Tima and Gary found earlier. The man kept giving us different teas to taste. Leonie bought a teapot but I resisted. The others also bought some tea to take home. On the way back Leonie stopped and bought another small suitcase to take all her extra stuff home. It is ...
... cutting the garlic. However, Olivia taught me some basic cooking tasks.
It was nice to make dinner with Olivia and spend some time with her. The chicken turned out to be yummy. After dinner, I made some chai in her kitchen.
I later washed the dishes for Olivia. Then, I went off to my room to do more reading.
I walked into the lounge because I was so bored. Eric, Sunny, and Garret were there. Garret expressed how funny he finds ...
... to face the guy. He said I was being very disrespectful. I didn't move and just looked at him and after a pause he said if I paid 100 more they "would pay the rest".
It wasn't worth getting beaten up over 20quid, so I tossed another 100 on the table, the waitress moved out of the way, and I walked out of there without a word.
If you've ever heard of the teahouse ceremony scam, then this was basically a version of this, where they just charge ...
... nothing. We stop at the Beijing Jade Carving Factory on our way to the Ming Tombs. Here we meet Angel, who introduces us to jade. Our first stop in the factory is the 100 horses hand carved in a single piece of jade, which took one person 4 ½ years to complete. The colors of the horses vary as the minerals in the jade cause color changes. We learn that jade comes in different colors and different types. Angel shows us that real jade ...