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... rainy and we got one of the taxis that refused to set the metre and charged about 50 bucks but what do you do close to midnight in the middle of Beijing with 2 young kids. We finally got close to our hotel but it was down a dark alley that cars couldn’t go down. The taxi driver said he was dropping us off, phoned the hotel and explained that he was dropping us here and someone would come and we would to the hotel – I politely explained ...
... of tea, with detailed information provided by a very nice young
Chinese girl – all for free. We ended up buying a packet of one of the types,
which I guess is the whole point of the exercise, much like free wine tasting,
and a "pee boy", which Allan was quite taken with. The pee boy
ensures that you get the correct temperature for your tea, so I guess we'll see
when we get home.
our very enjoyable half hour ...
... One of the biggest challenges is the competition with local agencies and communicating to potential clients the benefits that a TMC provides in comparison to a local agency. It was interesting to learn the differences between a global TMC and local agencies.
Overall, throughout the day, the topic of challenges was prevelant in most of our conversations. It is interesting to learn about these issues and how they impact the ...
... food and the tube are cheap, perhaps they are the communist throw backs when everything was regulated. The tube costs 20p per single journey wherever you go. Also we realise that you are never meant to finish food in China, they always give you too much, again is this another communist throw back?
We walk back to our hotel, past a lot of Government buildings who are all heavily patrolled and the roads along these buildings are being ...
... location. There were guards and soldiers everywhere and lots of red flags. It was amazing how you could see how much the government is really involved.
After that we went to the Forbidden City. This place was also very grand. It was where the emperor lived. I learned there are 9,999 rooms in all. We walked the entire way too. My legs were so sore from hiking the Great Wall from the day before and they were even more ...