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... like it would be much happier living under a stone or in a rockpool. Luckily, we were able to find a few Chinese style fast food eateries that had somewhat recognizable dishes – and there was always 7/11, KFC and McDonald’s to fall back on.
That’s what Beijing has been like for me – like being everywhere on the busiest day of the year, although that just adds to the atmosphere – it has been a real culture shock, but not always a negative ...
... was a
wonderful experience. We arrived fairly early just ahead of several
tourist buses – good to be at the head of the queue to use their
hole in the ground toilet. We climbed roughly about one thousand
steps, some up 400mm high, and passing seven guard houses on the way.
It was an especially good experience because of the brilliance of
the day. Some parts are narrow and can be scary more because of the
number of people pushing and shoving. It ...
... and in place of the old crumbling buildings were trendy western cafes and art studios. It's a pleasure to just stroll down this narrow alleyway .
Western restaurants beckoned with their inexpensive fare. With the renovated facades, one can never tell if these houses were ...
... district we were concerned we would not find a local authentic place to eat but we found a little pod that had a line of people buying breakfast. The had an egg Scallion Pancake similar to the one they make in Taiwan but the difference was they place a thin crispy fried piece in the middle with sauce. It was sooooo tasty and cheap. We then walked to the Nike store hoping to get the promised Lebron's on ...
... Temple itself is in a part of Beijing a bit like Camden; smells of incense, you can't move for tourists and everyone's a bit weird. Walking to the Temple from the Underground station is literally like running a gauntlet of people trying to sell you incense (I had no idea why?!) and beggars. Not average beggars, these are people with distorted limbs wrapped in filthy bandages spread out across the path in front of you, blind women ...