Somerset Grand Fortune Garden Beijing
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... the left side of it. I gave her my best "she she" and started my sandwich quest. I found a guy selling mystery meats out of a window and I pointed to the one that looked like bbq chicken, "Please God let it be chicken" I thought to myself. He smiled and threw a piece in the microwave. That's a good sign, microwaves kill everything right? He then asked me if I wanted mayonnaise, I think it was mayonnaise. I said no, so he put some on for me anyway because a ...
Day one To me, China has seemed such a mysterious place, huge and unknown. It has a turbulent and often violent history and through the efforts of various governments, has remained cut off from the western civilisations. China has experienced, in the last thirty years, the most rapid growth in technology and westernisation experienced by any country in the world. The older generation is desperately trying to cling to the days of old, but the younger Chinese generation ...
... a couple of German guys, another American girl, and a woman who lives in Hong Kong but is from Ukraine. We hiked about ten kilometers of the wall, and it was beautiful. Being the tail end of fall, the landscape was somewhat barren, but you could see for miles. We went to a less traveled and only partially restored part of the wall called Jinshanling. We were the only people there, if you don't count the vendors plying their wares.
I think ...
Today was jam packed with the Forbidden City, lunch in the Hutong (old Beijing neighborhood), visiting a tea house, and taking in an acrobatic show.
My feet couldn't make it another full day with so much walking.....so Hilda and Amity went the Forbidden City while I hung out with our bus driver and did some "people watching" on the streets.
After the Forbidden City it was off ...
... enjoyed the free flow wine. Very entertaning, we knew one of the boxers, Karl who is the manager of our local Irish bar, Paddy's, so we cheered him on - and he won. It was a great atmosphere. The evening finished around 11pm, and the after party was at Spark again so we went there for an hour or so before retiring. I decided whilst watching the boxing that I would quite like to give it a go next time, more so for the training more than anything else, and something to kick start ...