Beijing Scitech Hotel
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We thought we would take some time and blog about the little observations that might not otherwise make it into our other entries. People are at times incredibly warm, meeting you with a smile and bending over backward to help you. They seem intrigued by us, particularly Sam. Many have not seen many Caucasians and they are not shy about their curiosity. They may touch the top of Sam's head or take a picture of Sam. On the Great Wall, a few teenage girls asked if they could ...
... and he could get home early. He seems a very proud man and fought valiantly to insist on picking us up but our guide pled our case and after he dropped us off at the teahouse he looked very thankful to be heading home to his family early.
It appeared that the tour company had bought us the best tickets in the house as we were immediately whisked to front and centre of the stage with some other westerners and middle class Chinese tourists whilst the ...
... masses where the size and color of the house’s doorway was prescribed, authorized and monitored.
Many of the traditional houses remaining in Beijing date back to the 15th century Ming Dynasty when Beijing was the world’s largest city of about a million people. These 1 and 2 story grey brick houses, typically built around an interior courtyard, are clustered in the center of town around the Forbidden City. The housing was ...
... helps to keep it clean. Dinner time meant of course to look for the fullest restaurant in the hutong, as they would have really good food. This is always an experience as we lack any Chinese language skills. So going around the different tables and point to what you think looks attractive. For the kids was this true Chinese: drinking guys, spitting on the floor, food all over the place and in the end a ...
... in the first cubicle who was there for the duration! This was one of those moments when you need to move out of your comfort zone and think "when in China"! I stood in front of the doorway to give Aoife some privacy. Aoife blocked the door for me in a non-blocking dancing about kind of way! An 8 year old fidgeting around in a doorway doesn't really work! As we walked out of the Ladies we were greeted by laughter all round from our fellow McGahan's!