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... something one felt that he had done before. We are finding that while Mao's jaunty wave is very fetching, it does seem to make the watch wind down rather quickly. Relaxing reading in the courtyard back at the Jinshan, then, feeling virtuous with 9 K under our belts, a lazy dinner at the hotel. Chicken with chestnuts, delicious; seasonal green vegetables (broccoli fresh and dabbed with sesame oil), delicious, geleshan spicy Chicken... Well, at least 75% 25 red hot chilli by volume and ...
2014 April 27 Gerrie and I arrived in Beijing (use to be called Peking) much to my surprise the air quality is quite good. This was the one place I thought I would be wearing a mask. There always is a haze in most cities but no bad. We have arrived in a bit of a heat wave here. Temperatures will rise to 30 ...
... a small bathroom, window looking onto the corridor and a patched up hole in the ceiling isnt too bad, bed seems fairly comfortable, After a few tears from cassie.we decided to eat at the hostel as it was late and we'd had a long journey. Food wasnt great though.
Tomorrow we will go exploring and see what beijing has to offer :) Cant wait!
... looked after but never again touched! The only other males allowed inside the forbidden city were the eunuchs, who looked after the concubines for obvious reasons!! Many families sold their sons to the forbidden city supposedly for a better life!
The temple of Heaven was set among some lovely gardens, where many locals played sport, danced, sang or played an instrument! We have noticed how local people all over Asia ...
... Hilton in comparison to camping in squalor on the Trans-Siberian.
So that’s it, part 1 over! We have travelled some 7,800 km and will be in China for the next month so its time to knock the train lag on the head.
Jet lag or should we say train lag?
Before leaving Ross had always envisaged that slowly moving around the world would mean you wouldn’t get so called jet lag. Only changing 1 hour ...