Nanjing Great Hotel
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... green beans, garlic and onion and green pepper Fried cabbage in a soy sauce Aubergines, lovely stir fried aubergine again! Tsingtao 600 ml Cold green tea Slightly quicker return, even though we hit the rush hour rushing the other way. Gradually figuring out where we are, we struck out for dinner North rather than South and in ten minutes walking along a wide boulevard past some very nice mansion flats we arrived in the Shichahei district, passed through a lively bar and ...
... s supposed to be screwed
on top of the lens L
I wanted to trace back my route inside the forbidden palace to search for it,
but it would be like searching for a needle in a mountain of hay (ha ha, what a
translation :p ) Yeah well, nothing to do...
I continued my quest inside the forbidden city and I got lost for about 2-3
hours... well worth it if you ask me, but absolutely no need to saty a full day
as recommended by the guide ...
... for this week to other parts of China.
Chinese New Year is the most important of the traditional Chinese holidays - it's similar to our Christmas! For New Year celebrations we had a party in one of the other interns apartments. Everyone had to dress in red or as a snake. Our usual girl group consisting of Kavita, Chloe, ...
... back nearer home & met Andy for a drink in California Grapes, before settling back down for the evening at home.
Sunday we went for a wander in a different direction, in seach of the new Slow Boat Brewery – which is a tap room that’s just opened up in a hutong. Andy had one of his boys nights at their previous pop up taproom which was cool. Finally we found it, a great place, with some lovely micro brewery ales including a Christmas Ale, a coffee Stout, ...
... his spelling that he refused to be corrected by me, more for the fact that he wasn't always aware that I was in fact giving him the correct spelling and pronunciation. It became very humorous. "Dis is from da emperor's reign and is da alter - A-L-T-A-R - of the god of land and green - G-R-E-I-N", he'd say in earnest. I would be confused but eventually we'd establish he meant 'grain', which he was both misspelling and mispronouncing. "Ho, ho", he'd laugh in his little jolly ...