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... despite the price (not-so-thrifty). So we did so, along with a big pot of Jasmine Tea, and sat back to wait. Not long after, an army of duck carvers marched into the dining hall behind serving trolleys. When ours arrived, our carver began taking the duck to pieces in front of us. He snapped off the head at the neck, and began removing the skin, which was incredibly crispy and flavoursome. Piece by piece the duck was served to our table, along with pancakes, cucumber, chilies, ...
... water. A measuring container to symbolise the introduction of weights and measures (with regards to rice mainly) and a bronze stork and tortoise symbolising luck and longevity - worthy of a stroke ;) Along with the hundreds of others we make our way through to the next courtyard and the 'middle hall of harmony' followed by the 'hall of preserving harmony' (all appears to be harmonious here too!) each with similar architectural design ...
... may come in useful, so don't worry I'm not starving or anything - just not necessarily eating what is provided! It's not as if it's expensive either. This morning I bought my pancake thing, the plums and coffee and two other bottles of drink and it came to less than 20 yuan, so less than £2. The lunch that is provided is better, it's a chinese buffet with a selection of things to try - so it's a good way of testing food to see whether it's edible to order in a ...
you ask me.
The taxi drive is one of pure terror—there are at least 1000 cars
out on the street, yes, even at 11 pm, and twice that in motorbikes and
bicycles. The cab driver is driving on sidewalks and even the gravel
part of streets, and everyone is honking their horns. Apparently if you
honk once, it means anything from, “i’m behind you,” to “hurry up” to
“watch out”. If you honk twice, it ...
... amazing hostel right the centre of Beijing by Tiananmen Sqaure. Checked in but room not free yet as 8am so went for a walk and a starbucks (yes you cant espape them). Went for a walk to the sqaure, forgot how big it is, then went to the Great Hall of the People, this is where the communist party meet and have extravagent dinners etc. The building is such a typical 1950's design so not very pretty but huge! ...