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... on the roads......so smog is at its lowest for this time of year. Great news for us and also Obama is coming to visit too so it's pretty cool.
Wassup peeps.... I have budged Lauren over to get myself involved in this blogging. As Lauren has said today was awesome and would definitely recommend anyone to visit the Summer Palace.
So I have not been impressed with the general public in Beijing however ...
... I also had an ok noodle soup. Lei luckily spotted the floating fish balls that I quickly deposited in somebody else's bowl- yuk! I'm getting much better at using chopsticks but hot noodles can be tricky as they are really long and end up burning your chin or splashing back in to the soup. You basically have to get your head really close to the bowl to combat this, steaming your face with oily water in the process. Rose worsened while we were out and ...
... expect beef."
Corrine stared at me for a second.
"See, I have standards." I said. "I expect a burger."
"I will order one and shove it in your face." Corrine laughed.
"I don't care if others eat it." I explained. "There are some things I just don't do."
Before our food came, we discussed about vegan-ism. I told Corrine that I would never be one or even a vegetarian. My reason was that it is not practical on a daily basis and ...
... of Pizza Hut. Here we ordered a 28cm pizza, although it said 'for 3-4 people'. We polished it off with ease. I guess this shows why the Chinese are all so skinny! The next day we visited the Great Wall on an organised tour, which took us to the difficult to reach/original part of the wall (other parts closer to Beijing are full of tourists and are renovated wall). We shared a minibus with a group of Germans, a girl from London and a mother ...
... Hopefully, I'll be climbing that again this summer.
Arriving in China was sort of anti-climatic. I normally stare out the airplane window as we come in for a landing, but the sir was so smoggy/hazy you really couldn't see anything. By the time we got through the airport and had all our luggauge, it was getting dark and we were heading to a resturant for dinner. ...