Beijing Tibet Hotel
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... had heart failure, but I figured the guys isn’t going to run away with it as he still has to get me back to the starting point. In Egypt we were warned not to give our cameras to anyone for pictures, as they were likely to run off with it. That included the camel jockey who took me out into the desert riding a camel with no name. Once I got back to the start it was time to get back in the car and go to lunch.
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When arrived at the hotel we checked in and our train tickets were there for our trip to Xian on 23rd. Another station to negotiate! After a route march we found somewhere to eat. The food was lovely and really cheap. Really muggy here in Beijing and surprisingly quiet. Not as many bicycles as suggested by Katie melluah ! Early night as will be sightseeing tomorrow as only 3 full days before bill goes home and we go to ...
... Why do you like it so much?"
"I love the storytelling." I explained. "The photography creates a story. The styling grabs my attention the most because I like how it expresses people. I am not all the obsessed about brands. I am more about the style. I care more on how people put it together."
"See, I like fashion magazines." Eric said. "It is advertisement at its finest. I like the simple photography and old school fonts."
I kept ...
After the overnight train Jade and I were both feeling exhausted, sore and sleep deprived. We found our tour guide and went to the hotel. Unfortunately we were not able to check in until 2pm so we checked our emails and went for a walk around Beijing. The tour guide had told us about a nearby temple, however it was harder to find then we expected. Along the way we went to a market where people were selling all sorts of things. One ...
... like Cornwall, but Cornwall has never seen or heard the like of the motorbikes and rickshaws which deafen and nearly kill you. But the lake is beautiful, especially at sunset and sunrise, with bathing ghats used by the locals.
At Pushkar, we were blessed by a Brahmin priest, a lovely ceremony which was a bit spoiled by him not being very impressed by how much money we were donating to the poor and demanding more; We liked the hippy ...