Shindom Inn Beijing Tianzhu
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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 ...
... right again) and incredible
teaching experiences (ya think?). To top it off (almost at the top of
the world!) this summer we end up in Tibet for our week’s travel. And
then for the cherry on top of the ice cream sundae, I will walk on the
Great Wall for my third time. Life is good…”
Be well people. To paraphrase a quote from M.A. Radmacher, we are not the same having seen
the moon shine on the other side of the world.
... added in the last 10 years. Looking of some facts about both China and Beijing it is amazing the scale and size of the numbers. The history of Beijing is closely aligned with the history of the country as a whole and throughout with the last dynasty (Qing) the forbidden city was the heart of political life and saw the trials and tribulations of the fall of the dynasty, republic period and the rise of Mao. The first day we spent hiking around looking for a travel clinic. One of ...
... fine, then took the MTR to the border. On the train we met an Australian guy called David who was going to do some teaching in china, really cool guy and was good to have another person to try and work out the border crossing with. That was very smooth but as soon as we crossed it suddenly went from quite Englishy Hong Kong to very chinesey china! No English signs! ... But we survived! Made it to Shenzhen airport ...
... in and bought a new one, as Chris has about 4 million photos to upload.
We have now arrived in Beijing, this morning, which is absolutely freezing, -4 at the moment, and we are finding it such a contrast to Delhi, with pavements and everything! Our hotel is lovely, Courtyard 7, a traditional hutong (quadrangle) hotel, but is lovely and warm.
We'll put some photos on soon when we've sorted out the software,
Love T and C xx