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... was very crowded but a good experience for Viola. We had an interesting but not particularly appetizing lunch in the hustings after a rickshaw ride. After lunch the kids made kites and flew them in the park. We were tired when we returned and had a nice Chinese dinner of fried rice, noodles, and dumplings at a restaurant near the hotel. We needed the food because before hand we went back to Wangfujing street to buy some items in the ...
... adventurous such as local dumplings, noodles, fresh fruit and rice. I thought we were observing only, but Robert surprised me by being open to some sampling. He bravely nibbled on, and swallowed, silk worm, snake, scorpion and spider. The spider was huge and he was instructed to avoid certain parts. He said the silk worm was fairly benign, the insects simple crunchy and deep fried and the snake rather bony. He was a wonder to many who gathered to watch him consume his ...
... cook in the soup. We had no idea what some of the dishes were but tried everything and over the next few days found out what some were called (black fungus, lotus root, tripe, lobster balls and various types of tofu). The waiter helped us with the cooking after he realised we did not have a clue, an interesting culinary start! On our first full day we went to the Forbidden City and in a capital where there are 20m people, that's without factoring for ...
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What was great: The sights, the duck, visiting the wall, looking at weird food
What was not great: The smog, the constant hacking up of phlegm from the ...
... mishap though when Jane got on the train but the doors shut before Peter could get on! Luckily we both new which station we were aiming for so did finally meet up again. The metro systems are well patronised and there was usually standing room only.
The highlight for us was the Great Wall. Went out to Jinshanling which is 3 hours north of Beijing and definitely not crowded. Only twelve in our group and at times we felt ...