Beijing Scitech Hotel
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... first hostel I had been in China which was full of westerners, which was a nice change of pace and it felt great to have a conversation with no underlying language barrier complicating the discussion. We chatted for a while about where we’d been and what we’d been up to, Maddie had been teaching English in Suzhou and Edit had been travelling up through SE Asia and inspired me to possibly go diving in Indonesia. After a while me and Edit decided to go to one of the ...
... via the underground. Automatic ticket machine is much easier to use when you press the 'English’ button :-) Layout depicted as per London underground and all the signs are in English (thank you Beijing Olympics) so really easy to find our way around and cheap at 20 pence per person per journey ! Initial impressions of Tian’anmen Square was ‘ is that ...
... Japan and China, we have also noticed that city residents meet up in parks or any other public areas for dance classes. It is very interesting to see this part of the culture. We thoroughly enjoyed bargaining in one of the markets. We managed to get a vase down by 50%25252525, which after quite a mission, will hopefully make it to SA in one piece! Lloyd was quite put out when an artist wouldn't bargain with him, even though the asking price was only £2 to start with. We packed a ...
... There isn’t a word long enough to describe it, take the biggest single flat area you have ever seen, multiply that by four and then multiply that by twelve. No wonder it took so long to crack down on those student protests, they couldn’t find the buggers for three days! The truly staggering thing is that this is at the centre of a major city, In Europe we are used to seeing enclosed small spaces and small squares, this is just on a different scale. ...
... good. We had the DaoXiaoMian, which was a type of noodle dish quite popular around ShenXi province. Noodles were sliced off from a dough directly for cooking. It was slightly chewy in a very pleasant manner.
We had been rather exhausted after all the trains and travelling across time zones. So, our day in Beijing was meant to be relaxing and not meant to do any ...
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