Dahua Jinwan Hotel
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... Whilst we were eating we suddenly heard people on another table speaking English and I felt quite disappointed to hear their common accents discussing gossip. After dinner we went to a roof top bar for drinks. While we were at the bar someone must have decided it was the best time to do a bit of tree pruning and a guy climbed up the tree next to us and hacked off the branches using a kitchen knife. It did improve our view of the lake.
... food from Wumart for our train journey tomorrow. There is some interesting food in there, I took some photos. Best thing about going in there is that you know the price and it doesn't change and we don't get ripped off!! Off to get some food now probably from the bakery. I have never eaten so many carbs!! Then early night as train to Xian is at 10am and we are getting a taxi at 7:30. Night ...
... The boss is actually Chinese American and he loves to sit and chat with foreign guests. Then I got a phone call from my old student Harry. I had told him that I was in Beijing and to let me know if he had time to meet. His timing was perfect. I went to meet him for dinner then we went to McDonald’s and sat and chatted over coffee and ice cream. He was one of my students in Xifeng and now he is living and working in Beijing doing IT and software development. He’s ...
... the latter 2 looked after by myself medically. If we wanted to we could also consult the various medical specialists travelling with us: a haematologist, a pulmonologist, a nephrologist, a general surgeon and an orthopaedic surgeon.
So at 13:45 we rolled out of Beijing central station to commence our epic journey along the Silk Road. The rest of the day consisted of meals, a lecture and some very pleasant mingling with fellow passengers in the buzzing restaurant and bar ...
... out is was so reasonable compared to what a classy restaurant at home would cost! They started by bringing us complimentary starter's but to be honest it was more like having mini deserts before the main course! Well they certainly looked tasty but it was more a case of Russian roulette spinning the middle of the table round and picking one up to find out whether it would taste nice or nasty! The thing with Chinese food is that to us it looks like something else, so when we ...