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... was a funny moment when a Chinese woman made her husband have a photo with us, and just before it was taken she rushed forward to straighten his jacket as obviously he didn't look smart enough for such a momentous occasion! We then took the metro to the Nanluoguxiang district again in search of dinner. We found a nice place where we both had decent, well priced curries. Tomorrow we're booked on a high speed train to ...
... off drinking something. One minute, he talked to me in Chinese about how I was speaking in English. He demanded to know what my nationality was. Bill told him that I was American. Then the man asked about where my parents were from. When he heard Vietnam, he said he thought I was Chinese. Bill tried to explain to him that my parents are full Chinese from Vietnam.
Daniel jumped in and tried to communicate for us. The man was clearly drunk. Bill expressed ...
... once again. It is amazing that this place is still in such great shape. We saw parts today that we hadn't seen last time. I think you can go many times and still not see the whole thing. There is so much ground to cover and so little time. This time there were gift shops inside the walls which I do not remember.
We went on a rickshaw ride through Hutong. It is a very old section of Beijing and was very interesting to see how people still live in these very ...
... for that alone, we are IN!!! It’s a good deal, 20 quid for 3 courses & a glass of sparkling wine. Getting a group of us together for Christmas day at the moment, looks like 9 of us will go to a restaurant, a similar deal, 4 courses 22 quid so not too bad, plus drinks on top. The day is totally normal here, all the locals are working & if we were working for a Chinese company we would be too. The bonus is that meals are not over the top expensive, as ...
... a place to stay for the next two weeks and that's all we need. Tomorrow, we're gonna book our train tickets to Shanghai so we can cross another thing off our list. We're also gonna go to the Beijing Zoo to relax a bit and see the panda bears! After the nightmare that was the last few days, we can finally relax and say goodbye to our new friends who have scattered off in all different directions. Some have gone back to the United States, some have returned to their home countries, and ...
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