Tian You International
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... felt like celebrities as all the Chinese kept asking to have their photos with us, well.... not all of them asked! The rest of our time in Beijing included a visit to house of poo poo, a latrine themed restaurant we had heard of in England which unfortunately followed the theme in flavour too!! On to the Olympic stadium where we walked a lot through the Olympic square and park. Before witnessing an evening outside classic dance class, we saw many of these throughout China. ...
... and despite only just waking up, i was wide awake and just mesmerised by the sound. This lasted about half an hour. I was straight on to breakfast and was preparing for the hike.
The bus up the mountains took approx 2 hours. We had decided to go up the summit as it was a clear day. Bad move, we got up there and as it was so high it was mainly just pure mist. The views were nil so we decided to head back down half way and go from there. It was much clearer. The mountain ...
... street filled with traditional chinese buildings and featuring regional handicrafts, but the crowds were so large, that we couldn't even reach the entrance, so we visited the Tibetan area. Because we can't actually go to Tibet, this was our opportunity to see a bit of the culture. There were many lamas on the street, as well as stands selling Tibetan food, and shops with Tibetan crafts. The final stop was at a Tibetan tea house where received the traditional welcoming ...
... the water to rub it in, turn the water on to rinse, turn the water off to put conditioner in my hair, turn it on to rinse, but still, towards the end of turning the water on and then off, I will end up with cold water when rinsing. I complained about it today, and Sonny came over and turned the water on. There was hot water. I keep telling him it only stays that way for a few minutes. He leaves it on for 30 seconds, and it is still hot, which makes him believe ...
... I was inviting by henry to go to San (insert name I forget) to view it's infamous Lilly pads that stretch as far as the eye can see and flowers. At home, we had a rest and later arrived at our destination via bus and bang bang Che (ricochat? How do you spell this?). It was an amazing sight! Sonia ought me one of the one kuai (rmb) flower hats, took some pictures and taught each other some card games. I attempted to teach continental rummy but forgot ...