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... with a colourful menu which helpfully had pictures of the dishes, together with Chinese and English descriptions. I've included pictures here to show how appetising some of the dishes were! We played safe and had sweet and sour pork, chicken and cashew nuts and egg fried rice...with 2 large bottles of beer. The food was great and well worth 102¥ (£10ish) for the lot, plus 2 x 10p as we used the glasses. I'll drink out of the bottle next time though. ...
... 10mins before it left! The airport is about 2 hours away from the centre of Beijing depending on traffic, we got off the bus on the second stop right outside our hotel! The subway is a 5 minute walk away with easy access (on most lines, as the amount of people in the centre can fill at least two trains before you get chance to fit on) to the sights of the city! We chilled out for a day and on Sunday 5th we decided to visit Beijing zoo, when we finally arrived after over an hour ...
... out for drinks with some friends at a local bar. We caught up about the last few years, reminiced about our time spent in Tanzania and had a wonderful few hours. Overall, Beijing was about what I expected it to be... lots of neon red signs, cars and people everywhere, beautiful mountains just out of the city, and good food. Someday I would like to explore more of China, but for now this was a great glimpse into the country and a great visit with an old friend.
... Pudong is an area located along the east side of the Huangpu River and across from Puxi.
Puxi – historic city center of Shanghai, located on the west side of the Huangpu River.
Shanghai – one of the four province-level municipalities of the PRC (People’s Republic of China). The other three are Beijing, Tianjin, and Chongqing.
And here’s a tip that RC gave us on the names of Chinese places. If ...
... and catching up with them on life on both ends, both what I have been doing and what they have as well. After a week of no classes (in celebration of National Day), I resumed my studies to the warnings of our impending mid-term exams, which take place this week from Wednesday Friday. I have three exams, which I do not think will be especially hard, but I still definitely need to study for them. Other than those things we have visited the Great Wall, the ...
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