Lijingwan International Hotel
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... we were. A very nice moment.
Following our Great Wall challenge, we witnessed first hand the fine and delicate art of Chinese queuing. Whilst waiting for the bus to take us back to the city (it was this bus or no bus till the following day), ...
... if his life. I caught it on video :D There is also a guy who's look says Belgian. He is eating food while wearing a plastic glove. I'm not sure what that will achieve. He should probably have saved it for touching his hooker. There is a raffle going on to win a giant Hello Kitty pillow, free drinks, free haircuts and other random ****. The whole place keeps erupting in whoops and cheers. I have never wanted to not win something in my life. Westerners who leave the ...
... being talked about.
All of that said, I find it tremendously exhausting to be immersed in the language as I am now. When I have come to China before, I have not really spoken any Chinese. So, it was easy to just disengage at dinners, etc. Now, however, I know enough to be dangerous, and the people I am with know I know some Chinese. So, I am constantly immersed in the language, and it is utterly exhausting! After a long day of teaching ...
... Darren got it right when he said the soup tasted like the water the ducks had been swimming in, but the rest was sensational. Aadi polished off the duck skin and strawberries and fell into a food-comma 2 mins after leaving the restaurant. Plus the service was excellent. Three thumbs up for Beijing Dadong Roast Duck Restaurant! Definitely worth breaking the budget-traveler bank for!
So the duck will be the final taste in my mouth of our Beijing ...
... smog which if anything seemed somewhat worse than the day before. Surprisingly the entrance to the Great Wall wasn't as busy as we thought it might be, this was probably due to the smog and the weather forecast that was suggesting it might rain. On arrival you have to decide if you will go east or west, the decision was made by Debbie and Barbara who decided the western rout seemed much steeper than the east so decision made.
The climb which is some seven hundred ...