Eastern Air Hotel
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... up, picking out the pieces of chicken on the bone carefully . Note: beware when we get to Szechewan. Many lovely menu items but top dish we DIDN'T select was the no-doubt chef's special 'Double chilli burst pig gut". Another day perhaps... Walked 9 K in all Wednesday 17 September Breakfast slightly less Chinese for me but more for the Boss, who laid into the congee with commitment and then joined me for the pancakes. Fruit this morning was perfectly ripe watermelon. Coffee not bad ...
... arriving on Thursday after one of the worst, most uncomfortable flights of my life (where the meals choice was meatballs or go hungry – good job we both love IKEA!), we have been all over the city, hindered somewhat by a complete inability to get over jet lag and sleep through the night. From Tiananmen Square to the Forbidden City, the Summer Palace to the Temple of Heaven Park, Lama Temple to the National Museum, Jingshan Park to Ritan Park, street hawkers ...
... of long term travel is noting being in one place long enough to gets full set of travel injections. We therefore had the first jab in England, the second in China and the third we will search for an international clinic in Vietnam. That night we met up with Anzelle. We know Anzelle from Dar. Anzelle also lived in Dar and it was good to catch up on all the gossip. The next day we headed off to see the most iconic sight in China, the Great Wall. We had decided to see a part ...
... around there for a while before taking our plane to Beijing... Nice short flight only 3 hours and got to catch up on much needed sleep. When we landed it was suddenly apparent how little people spoke English. So got a lift to the hotel in Beijing, twin room, was ok, nothing special tho haha definitely time for sleep now tho, very jet lagged! I'm off to a school fair tomorrow, starting work will be exciting ...
We got up ridiculously early to catch a ferry to the Hong Kong airport (we were lucky enough that the ferry company checked our baggage onto our flight for us!!) and then we flew to Beijing. We were met by our transfer operator in his shiny Hyundai sonata that smelled of mint and then off we went. From the minute that we left the airport, Beijing had such a different feel to any other city. It felt old and wise and happy to remain as is. There were kilometers of trees ...