Huaqing Spa Hotel
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... countries. We met him later in the tea garden and drank 5 kinds of tea - milky oolong, ginseng oolong, jasmine, litchi black tea,fruit tea and puer tea. We were slightly nervous this would be a tea scam, but it was not and we said goodbye to Mr Li, wishing him luck with his next deal before climbing up the mountain to the topmost pagoda with a golden Buddha. Lunch in the Hutong at the dumpling restaurant in Shatan Back Street: Cold tea for the boss, weak Tsingtsao beer for ...
... since I last really tuned in. The tragedy with the plane
shot down is breaking my heart. And the middle east...oh my.
In Beijing I’m so aware of meeting and smiling at people from countries all over the world. We
meet in restaurants and in bathrooms and on the great wall and in other
tourist sites and we laugh and share some funny moment together before
we move on. Today a huge group of students from some school in South
Africa left ...
... times the price! Although I was annoyed by the whole event, I did appreciate the simplicity and brashness of the scam. The hostel we had booked was set back in winding little ally's just behind the Forbidden city in the centre of Beijing. The locals speaking no English, instantly knew where we were heading (the backpacks were a give away) and pointed us to the right place with a smile and nod. This was typical of our experiences of the locals in Beijing. We had heard some bad ...
... after about half a hour we went out for tea. At last we found a restaurant and when I looked at the menu man do they eat some crazy stuff like bullfrog and all that weird stuff. We ordered and when we got our food I just went stragiht for it. Man was it yum!!!! :). We walked backed to the hostel and got ready for bed and that was pretty much our day!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :) By Lily :) ...
... though, (but still didn't have the bhang). Then came Jaipur, the pink city, which we also loved., but didn't have long enough to explore. We dug out our smartest clothes (not very) and went to the Rambagh Palace hotel which must be one of the most impressive hotels in the world (again, thanks Claude). We didn't think we were quite smart enough for the Polo bar so had a drink in the more laid-back Steamer bar, which is a converted steam train. ...