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... amount and took another one using the meter. In due course and traffic, we arrived at our hotel which was in one of the old hutong alleys in the Dongcheng area.
A hutong is a traditional series of narrow alleyways between residences many of which have central courtyards. Some of these have been converted into small hotels which give a different experience from the large chain hotels. We enjoyed our five nights in our hutong which was ...
... day due to the heat as everyone was exhausted following the early start.
We did still visit the North Wall and North Gate in the baking heat. It was getting late and I wasn't sure what to expect. However, it proved to be very interesting, amazingly well maintained. 'A Great Wall', if not 'The Great Wall'. 10m wide and 14Km long circling the old town. 78 steps up, although there was some debate between the kids on this point. You could hire bikes and Tandems ...
... by having a small dinner with friends to celebrate on Christmas eve. Using our friends apartment (and oven! Thanks Kate and Dean. It's hard to find in apartments in China!) we were able to cook up a nice Christmas meal!
Also, we met a group of friends for a Christmas Brunch and decided to all go bowling afterwards. After a relaxing holiday at home, we went to our local pup for a quite New Years Eve. It was a great couple of months!
... live scorpion on Robs
and the next thing I knew he was eating it!!!!! Alive!!!!!! And then…….he put a
SECOND squirming one in his mouth. Not sure who this experience was worse for-
actually I do know- it was me, having to watch it, I couldn’t believe my eyes! He
seemed to actually enjoy it, crunchy, wiggling and all- SIS!!!!!
My nausea only got worse as we ventured further down the long,
narrow lane and saw the ...
Beijing Tuesday evening So after a long flight of about eight and a half hours of flying, we finally touched down in Hong Kong airport. Then we literally went strait to the transit lounge, and boarded plane for Beijing. We were all a bit knackered but in good spirits and just hanging out to crawl into a nice bed. But we have 2 days off before the show on Friday. So all good. Flying over Beijing was great as there were no clouds and the smog didn't seem to hang over the city much so ...