Hui Yuan Gong Hotel
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... beef kebabs, dumplings, corn, fruit, and soft
drinks but really when you got squid salad and grasshoppers on a stick
who needs the rest? Ok my family did. I'll post pictures hopefully soon.
Today was taken up by paperwork for
citizenship to Canada. One small request...ok maybe a big one. We were
told by the local adoption agency to leave a duplicate original piece of
paperwork in Winnipeg as ...
... our bearings, and instantly a Chinese girl came up to us to take a picture. We said no but she sat next to us anyway and posed. Anyway, since Katie had already seen the Forbidden City, we decided we would part ways, but first we had lunch. On the way I bought my ticket, which was confusing as the ticket office is labelled museum ticket office so I was convinced it was for something else (apparently its called the Palace Museum)! It cost me 40 Yuan ...
... avoiding intestines, knuckles and organs! We also sample the local beer, I seem to be drinking more beer on this trip than I ever did at home. The restaurant is packed and smoke filled, at one point I look up and the whole room is smoking!!!! Mark and I decide that the mortality rate must be high; smog outside, smoke inside! We also think, they will have a lot of health issues in 20 or so years! I look up ...
... White Dagoba, we wondered into a cave which had a lot of these creepy looking figurines of emperors and warriors. Once we were done and back down the hill, we walked the Botanical Gardens which still had some flowers even though it was very cold. It wasn't long when we left Bei Hai Park and walked over to Jing Shan Park. The park is built atop a mad made hill. Each hill has several peaks each having their own shrine on top. So, ...
... of different Buddha’s and reading a tablet that basically read 'when you can control your Vag you can become a Buddha’! I obviously crudely found this hilarious and still have no real meaning for this phrase but it’s clear to see that I will never be a Buddha!
After walking around for the second day and with the Great Wall Trip booked for tomorrow me and Geoff had dinner in the room. We purchased one of the giant noodle boxes that just require ...