The Great Wall Sheraton Hotel
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I woke up early, the room was a bit old fashioned in fact the hotel was a bit old fashioned, no wifi….NO WIFI!!. The systems was so slow I overtyped my password too many times and the email system crashed, well it fell more like a slow motion train wreck. First the computer went, then an hour later the phone stopped working and finally the …
Today is a travel day, we leave Taipei and head for Beijing, this is a simple enough flight three hours twenty minutes, then a transfer to a customer of 90 minutes a factory tour, dinner and bed.
I woke on the alarm again and headed for the gym taking my seat on the ergo for another thirty minutes of effort, crikey I hope this is doing me …
... breathless for a good few hours. It amazes me how all the Chinese guys smoke like nobody’s business whenever they get substituted and are still able to play without any repercussions. Let alone the pollution affecting your lungs. (Fun fact: each year 2 to 3 trillion cigarettes are smoked in China).
After having watched too much True Detective 'till too late on the Saturday night with my new roommate (exciting, I know), I met ...
... through, which was trapped in the outer door. I eventually squeezed through to some shocked faces, both from the guys inside and from Rose and Sergei who were left on the platform. Lei continued to tell me that the doors don't stop for people and the only way to open them is by breaking the glass and pulling a lever. He also told me that a man had recently died from being trapped in the doors. Calamity Jane strikes again. How many lives do I have left? We waited for ...
... a few nights earlier I had seen a small folding screen with a scene of pandas intricately painted on it, this would have cost us £20 from there. After bartering with a few Chinese people along the way we managed to get it for £10 although she tended to do the bartering herself, getting lower and lower on the price without us even saying anything! I was happy that I now had one as a souvenir to take home, especially as we would be seeing the pandas soon in Chengdu.