Tiantan Wancheng Hotel
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I am back in Beijing. It is funny how comforting it is to be back in this massively overcrowded city with its choking traffic, near lethal pedestrian crossings and aloof hospitality industry! It has been just about 5 weeks of traveling to very remote places, meeting the warmest people ever and living in all manner of lodgings. but coming back to Beijing is something familiar and something predictable.
The past few days been spent on a ...
... is so beautiful and amazing. They use a lot of green, blue, reds, and gold with intricate patterns. Next we visited the Tiananmen marketplace. There were some familiar shops and restaurants such as Samsung and Starbucks, as well as many Chinese stores that I didn't recognize. In the alleys between buildings, locals sold their wares, from t-shirts and shoes to toys. One restaurant that we passed offered cow stomach (which, according to Devon, smells like dirty ...
... not creepy life cycle of the silkworm. Much creepy. Much creepy crawlers. However, the products made by them were of great quality, and we bought a few things. At the pearl shop, we got to watch a professional cut open an oyster, which I thought was fine but scared Jenny; disgusting yes, but at least I didn't flinch like with the worms.
We kept looking at beautiful stuff for a while before moving on to lunch.
We walked into the place and ...
... I feel travelling alone can shape one's courage and detachment. You may not believe anyone around you; you may feel so detached from the person surrounding you; you may; you may feel some difficult to understand why people need to marry; to build a family, to ...
... We managed to climb a good way, Caroline to the 9th station and Barrie to the 10th. There were many busloads of tourists, both from China and overseas, and walking up some of the narrow tracks was very crowded. The steps are quite high, almost half a metre which makes the ascent very steep.
After the Wall visit and climb we went to a Jade place where we were given a demonstration of ...