Xiang Da International Hotel
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... see small gardens outside windows. The buildings are the dull grey all of Beijing used to be in the early 80’s. Rooftops also grey with curved tile. These days when refurbishing a Hutong Home, you must comply with regulations keeping them grey and lifeless. Doors to these hutongs though, are brilliant red, intricate designs making a personal statement of the residents within. Small cars compete with our rickshaws with blowing horns ...
... easier for her. Like all Guangzhou natives she had had to learn Mandarin at school. Despite limited opportunities to travel in English speaking countries, her English was very good. The vast courtyards of the forbidden city swallow up even the countless groups of holidaying Chinese come to Beijing from all over China. Many are clearly peasants - coppery, wrinkled faces burnt by the sun, all in holiday mood following their tour leaders often all wearing the same design of cap to help ...
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So apart from the one Chinese lady who soon nodded off once she had made her sale and before we were to begin our slow, knee battering descent to the bottom, we sat drinking our beer in the sunshine, staring out into the distance, appreciating what we were doing ...
... praying and the smell of incense burning was so strong it was
incredible. A bumble along the streets and alleyways followed, seeing
the little side houses people worked and lived in, washing hung up
randomly, bikes left thrown on the side, smog so thick you could look
directly at the sun and lanterns ready to light up the night. The
smell of food filled the air with people just eating all the time;
kebab type things looking popular; but not knowing the Chinese ...
... myself, “This is what I expected Shanghai to be.” For dinner we had Turkish food which consisted of: Hummus, Turkish zucchini pancakes, Chicken penne, Emirgan salad and Kadinbudu kofte (similar to a fried pancake). To top it off, we had delicious Pumpkin crepes and Caramelized milk pudding for desert! The best part about staying at my friend’s house and not the hotel with everyone else was that I was able to see how it is for a family to live in Shanghai. ...