Orange Hotel (Beijing Wangjing)
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... some crunch while the garlic sauce added flavor. This was the best thing I had ever eaten until the waitress picked up a piece of the duck’s skin, dipped it in sugar and placed it on my plate. I picked it up and put it in my mouth and felt my eyes roll back into my head as it just melted like a piece of candy over my tongue. This was now officially the best thing I had ever eaten. I could have sat there eating nothing but duck skin and sugar ...
Doesn’t make it any easier. I got up opened the curtain. Closed the curtain and then went back to bed. I woke to a knock at the door. I opened the door and forgot that I was commando. Thank feck it was dark. It was a passport check. The conductor shut the door and I got decent and found the documents. All ok. Back into bed for another hour or so.
We then rolled into a station for ...
... wraps for dinner.
Once I was in my room, I talked with Mike for a bit. Then, I watched the movie Whip It starring Ellen Page.
Following my movie, Mohini was on my mind. I miss her so much. Mohini was basically one of the guys. She was so chilled. Mohini was not materialistic. She did not care for drama. Most of the time, she went off doing her own thing and she did not care what others thought. It was so easy to hang out with her. I wished that she came back to Beijing. ...
... to take off. I knew it was a mix-up since I'd already rescheduled my flight and I couldn't translate it so I thanked the receptionist and hung up to go back to sleep. Two minutes later I got a call back from someone who didn't work at the hotel but who spoke English and asked me to come down on their behalf, so I did and figured I'd clear it up with them. After an hour of trying to explain that we changed out ticket to noon we gave up and just went back to our rooms ...
... in bottlenecks when entering or exiting anywhere. Having been brought up in a society of line lovers, this could be quite frustrating and we felt it very rude of the Chinese at first but the reality is it is their country and that is the way they do it, so we had to accept it and adapt. It still bothered me when I would wait patiently in what I thought was a strategically well chosen entrance position with waves of people behind me, then somehow, out of no where, someone would ...