Holiday Inn Express Beijing Huacai
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... the snack street and the walking mall. In China red lights and lanes are only a suggestion. Mr. Toads wild ride at Disneyland has nothing on flying through Chinese traffic. I said some silent prayers. The taxi rides are cheap and you get a thrill ride. The snack street is a long section where all sorts of food booths are set up. You can find dumplings, noodle and rice dishes, as well as fried scorpions and grub worms. Tried one but not the other! Then ...
... is tomorrow. Fun fact, there was a rumor of direct flights with them between Kuwait and North Korea of which I was considering taking advantage. In the end though this trip became consecutive to a week I just did in Oman with another friend so taking one of the most irregular sounding airline routes in the world was not to be.
The 15 hour layover in Dubai between Muscat (Oman capital) and Beijing was the opposite of the boring grind that such an experience usually is. ...
... it heals well, But I'm fine with a funny story for the list.
Monday the 3.6.2013
I'm currently sitting in the airport waiting room taking advantage of the free Internet, waiting to be able to check in. I'm quite glad I came to BJ the other week to do my passport, because it meant I am familiar with what to do and how to get from a to b. Not too long now and I’ll be in the birth place of the Olympics!! :) pretty ...
... so im convinced it's coz I was the token white girl (really white girl) I am getting far too paranoid coz we do get a lot of stares and photos taken on the sly! We got the subway home as we got a taxi to the square and got conned majorly.., we knew we did coz they were repeating how much we paid and laughing.. Quids in!! Has anyone seen that video clip of people being pushed into the subway in china? I thought it was a joke but me and Leigh missed 3 subways ...
... but it doesn't seem to be live.
Busy week at work (well, had to be with the boss here!!), he's flying back to Bangkok this afternoon, then back here in 2 weeks. Getting loads of mailshots done this week to teachers coming back from the summer holidays, the International schools start back much earlier here than in the UK. Andy's cases are still progressing well, and he's on another appointment this afternoon - so it's all coming together which is good.
A good ...