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... not a sandwich if it isn't Miracle Whip. Then he pointed to the lettuce and I shook my head this time, which worked although he looked mystified that I didn't want it. Again, remembering the food advisory from the local expat community. I took my sandwich and "she she'd" him before walking back to my hotel. I ate my lunch and worked on my blog and my pictures. Renee kept trying to coax me to go do something but I still wasn't comfortable enough to venture out on ...
... at the new growth with both hands, leaving the rural centres in droves and seeking out the city life in their millions. For example in Beijing 10 years go the population was 14 million. It is now 23 million! Our plane journey took three hours from Hong Kong and was uneventful. We had a certain amount of trouble negotiating around Hong Kong airport, i.e. trying to find terminal 1. Finally asking someone who kindly explained to us we were standing in terminal 1! Those ...
... through twenty-two watch towers on our hike. parts of the wall were completely without restoration, leaving us scrambling, at times on hands and knees, from one spot to another. It was grueling at times. The steps were tall and narrow, not to mention numerous. The first few sets were nothing, but after a while we were all breathing a little more raggedly. It was chilly, but I remember thinking how hot and sweaty I was. I enjoyed talking with the ...
... Hutong via a pedicab (rickshaw) ride where a local family prepared us a meal. Then it was off to learn and experience Chinese tea.
This night ended once again with Amity falling into bed after we watched the Chinese acrobatic show. We ended the day knowing we needed to be ready for an early morning flight at 8am to Changsha. For me this meant we were one step closer to Chenzhou!!!
... again! I've enquired anyway, so see what happens!! It was called 'Brawl on the Wall', although slightly misleadingly not on the wall...... it was the first in Beijing, they've run several in Shanghai called 'Brawl on the Bund', and both raise money for charity.
Sunday we joined our friend Luisa & a group of friends for brunch before she set off for the airport to fly home. It was a Persian meal, very nice, then headed for a few beers after as it was a no ...