Richview Hotel Tianjin
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... to cook an amazing Christmas dinner with 3 ducks, chickens, mince pies, chocolate cake galore. All this was followed by secret santa, I was given an I LOVE BJ Tshirt, whoeverit was knows how much I love Beijing. In the evning when we were well stuffed and knackered we even had a Christmas themed quiz. It was great! ...
... to a different room in the hostel but I still got the top bunk (yay!). After that we walked up the the porcelain palace, which as the name suggest was full of porcelain art. At the bottom of the staircase is had a kind of good luck pit for throwing money into. When you take a photo of the pit from the top, it looks like the sun is shining.
After the palace we made our way through the town to try get a bird's eye view of the city from ...
Well, off again. To Thailand again.. A little different than last year. I am not traveling alone this year. Another co worker and one of his friend will be traveling with me. Although we all have different agendas but that's fine with me. We departed beijing at 10:30am and will have a two hour layover in Shenzhen. So far so good. Air china is (so far) been a nice airline. Great in flight service, a meal. No tvs, but I think I am ...
I took a day trip to see the Great Wall this Saturday! It only cost me 30元, so basically, I got a trip to the wall, lunch, a bunch of fruit, and memories to last a lifetime all for about 5 bucks. ^_^ The section of the Wall we went to was about 2 hours outside of the city, and surrounded by pretty mountains. The best part was that they weren't completely covered in smog like Tianjin usually is. Hiking up the wall was fun, but also ...
I was quite surprised to see Bread Talk setting up camp here. There wasn't a single customer inside and their pastries are pretty expensive even in China!
If you enjoy admiring the intricate designs of Colonial ...