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... than in other countries. For example, a 60 by 80 square meter apartment can easy be over 5 million yuan. With average salaries between 7-9000 yuan a month, buying even a small place to live can be unaffordable for the average family. If you count other costs that need to be covered such as schooling, fees can be 20,000 yuan a year for primary school and 10,500 yuan a semester for senior school, then this can be crippling. Forbidden Explorations On my third day in Beijing ...
... In the evening however the boat entered the five locks that allow shipping to bypass the dam and this was mighty impressive. I have seen and been in ordinary canal locks but the scale here was staggering. Each lock took two cruise boats and two commercial boats carrying aggregate. It took us over three hours to get through this but it is free. A much faster boat lift is being built but ships will be charged for using it. Tuesday 14th A very gentle day which was just ...
... sky had cleared in Beijing and we actually saw a few stars! The food was fantastic -- Spring rolls, Snakefish and fennel fronds with condiments, fried rice with shrimp. All lovely. The walk south led us by the Catholic Church which has a very large piazza and tonight it was very lively. Couples come and dance to their own music all evening. We took a seat and watched for about 30 minutes before we continued on our way. Life in the big city is somewhat the same all over the world.
... I could buy back in Australia! We had Peking duck served with a super brown sauce, cucumber and onions and pancakes. A flavour-packed spinach and peanut salad concoction and sticky braised pork and of course rice. Plus Chinese 'fresh' beer and plum juice! Their serving sizes are really large they are definitely for sharing not one whole dish plus rice each.
Day 4 of Beijing, we made our way through Tiananmen Square… ...
... times trying to reconnect with each other. It's a place where children can be children; me too! We enjoyed that thoroughly.
What was for dinner you ask? Peking Duck. Yessir! The one and only, Peking Duck! While Sébastien and Félix were very reluctant to taste the dishes ordered, they were adventurous in tasting every plate on the table: duck, crispy chicken, ...