Metropark Lido Hotel
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... Back to the red and gold studded gates I mingled with visiting monks, tourists and devoted locals. 9am and a ticket bought I headed into the complex of pavilions, temples and green pine flanked walks. It was a beautiful space. It's Beijing's foremost Buddhist shrine and is profoundly decorated in the Tibetan style. When I entered I was given a bunch of incense which I quickly realised was also given to the locals. I watched them lighting 3 sticks at a ...
... the disease from the places that we visit. The WHO state that there is no need to take malaria prophylaxis when visiting and in any case, this is not recommended for visits of less than 1-2 weeks. We have never had any cases of our tourists contracting the disease. However, please be warned that most travelers to an area with malaria are deferred from donating blood for 1 year after their return so this may affect you if you are a regular blood donor. Mon 30th June AM: ...
Additionally, all Bejingians had one week off to celebrate National day where nearly everyone left the city and went on holiday. It left a beautifully quiet city and luckily several of our friends decided to stay in town like us. So, we decided to have a nice holiday at home, doing things around Beijing we don't normally do.
Our normal Pub Quiz crowd at Tim's Texas BBQ all ...
... businesses, and many little local restaurants and stores. Some of these small towns really like they were back in time, and were quite run down. But I still found them to be so interesting and beautiful. It was something special to witness simple daily life outside of the big city where everything has become modernized. Everyone began to wake up a little and get excited as we began to enter into the mountain area, ...
... Zachary did particularly well in this area. Another one that is worth noting is how the young kids are dressed. It seems that by the time a kid is about 1, he/she wears outfits that have an opening for easy access. Instead of having a diaper, they are naked. So, at any time, one can see a kid just sitting near a tree (still in his outfit) and peeing or pooping. Great idea if you want to potty train early, but quite strange ...