Hilton Beijing Capital Airport
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After the palace we headed to the Silk Market, a huge shopping mall where you can not only find silk, but also a lot of counterfeit products. Suzanne wanted to get some cheap sneakers and find some fake Nikes. Funnily, the shop assistant started with a price that’s even higher than the real ones cost! So the bargaining began… It’s quite fun to bargain, and I heard a lot of “You’re crazy!” and “Your friend not nice!”. In the ...
... detouring onto the market streets and the local shopping district. We grabbed some fruit from a vendor across the street from the hotel and had an early night.
We were supposed to head to Tai'an on Monday and start our climb of Mount Tai, the most climbed mountain in China and also the tallest at 1,500 metres/5,000 feet. We did some research the day before and found that the temperatures at the top of the mountain (where we ...
... climbs and the temperature had risen, Jan was starting to falter after a few towers and said she would stay at 17. I wanted the photos so carried on, there were very few people on this section and the next couple of towers were fairly easy, then it started.
I had to climb a steel ladder to the top of guard tower 19 and there was a local farmer selling drinks, (He carries this stuff on his back up here everyday) he took my photo and then I started ...
... sharing (the same idea as 'Zip-car'.). With so many cars on the road due to the rising middle class – there are certain days when cars with particular licenses are prohibited from driving; car sharing is a service that could aid in alleviating the traffic volume.
After the presentation, the eHi representative wanted to show us the local fleet. While it was interesting to hear about the ground transportation landscape in China, I ...
My Chinese family really has a thing for coconuts, or "Ye(yeah)zi(ts-uh)" in Chinese. Ayi gets so excited when she brings them home after getting a good bargain on them at the market. So of course when I bring one of my friends over for dinner she goes all out and buys one for each of us. These things aren't small either, I don't know how she carried them home.
Now my first experience with a real coconut wasn't all that great. I ...