Super 8 (Beijing Kaifang Road)
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... Wills and Dan opted for deep fried scorpion.
Before we got to the market I thought I would be brave enough to eat a scorpion but I took one look at it and was nearly sick on the street. They both ate their scorpions, Wills maybe thought he had a get out of jail free card when he asked "Is this gluten free?" Unfortunately for him it was ...
Well today was a bit of a right-off. We only managed to get out at 12:30. We went straight to Wumart to get some water and bits and pieces for the day. Jumped on the tube and got off the tube where the book told us to get off for summer palace. That book is from 2007 and a lot of the tube has changed since then. We asked a couple of Chinese people for directions and they seemed pretty ...
For our train from Xi’an to Beijing Tammy and I got hard sleeper tickets even though the train ride was during the day. The trip was 11 hours in total. We left early in the morning, so I slept through most of the morning. Tammy and I had berths in separate cars, but we weren’t too far from each other. It gave us a chance to visit with other people on the train and make some new friends. Tammy had a little boy in her area that said hello to her half a dozen times per hour. ...
... take it. The she handed us the wine and bid us a good night.
We then wandered through the night market to see many a creature crumbed and deep fried. We decided to return there the next night for dinner.
Day 3. I noticed Becci had a dressing on her ankle. I told her I had a good first aid kit with me if she needed a dressing. She showed me her ankle and I will never repeat what I said to her. I gave her my opinion and insisted she go to hospital. ...
... such as Chuanr (meat kebabs, commonly made of lamb) and desserts, such as Tang hu lu or candied fruits on a stick, are among the most popular. We saw live scorpions on a kebab and starfish ( not sure the nutritional content there...). That evening we went to meet fellow on-boarders in a foreign section of the city for dinner. This district is mostly western restaurants and bars calling the Sanling district. ...