La Nice International Hotel
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... so much power overseas to have a lot of development on their own soil and thus Beijing to be very modern, the latter wasn't the case. Through the polluted air, Beijing presented a sprawling mix of uber modern structures and a contrast of many more endless ugly high-rise buildings, and constant construction of more amongst other dilapidated hunks of concrete. The majority of the Chinese people we encountered were rude and unfriendly, which wasn't a very positive 'welcome ...
... had a small roll, a couple pieces of fruit, and some yogurt (which was warm) because I can't eat pork. I hope breakfast is good. For lunch tomorrow, we're eating leftovers from tonight. I've never seen so much food on the table. You couldn't even fit a small glass because the whole table was filled with plates/ bowls of food. I'm gonna have to eat because I'm hungry, but I don't want to get sick.
After all that, we walked back to the hostel. 8 girls in one room, 4 ...
... class train on the Trans-Siberian, to our second class sleeper was always going to be, let's just say 'different'. On boarding our carriage, we were greeted by our very dirty and very smelly squat toilet which was to serve us and our fellow 64 passengers! It had actually crossed our mind before getting onto any of these trains, how it would be possible to go to the 'squat loo' on a moving, juddering and very rickety train - the last thing that you want to be doing is touching ...
... yet again. It was great to have the last day just walking
and chilling in the sun, followed by some packing and our second trip
Early start Friday, still managing to catch the free breakfast at
the hostel before we left though, to catch the G1 train at 9am from
Beijing South to Shanghai. Wow, what a train. Firstly, the station
was like an airport; massive and slightly confusing but security and
tickets checks were done efficiently and then the ...
... going the wrong way but I think out of genuine concern for our safely she insisted we go the right way. We even tried cycling slowly until she forgot about us and turning around and racing back but she kept waving us off into the sunset. Bless… oh well what's another kilometre to a life’s journey….
Whilst back tracking toward the Lama temple (most renowned outside of Tibet) I nearly fell off my bike in fits of laughter when I read a sign ...