Xinghaiqi Holiday Hotel
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Chun jie kuai le (Happy New Year!) How else to start the New Year than by going to a traditional Spring Festival temple fair? I had heard that the White Cloud Temple had a particularly spectacular fair, so me and Annelieke headed there (most people were too tired after the night before, but I just drank a lot of Diet Coke and that seemed to help). There were so many people there, all Chinese - we were the only foreigners! I imagine most of the people ...
... the Hyundai Asan Tourist Resort and catered exclusively to tourists from South Korea who wanted to see this stunning area. However, in 2008 the resort was shut down after a South Korean tourist was shot by an over-zealous border guard. The area is now back up and running but only to tourists who visit from DPRK-proper. Upon arrival we take a short walk round Samil Lagoon before having lunch at Mokran Restaurant which is located at the foot of the Kuryong (Nine Dragon) Waterfalls. ...
... started to dry reach and we needed an exit strategy. At one stage I actually thought GT was going to throw himself under a car to get away from it all. GT has a week stomach and to everyone's amusement he is running round looking for somewhere to throw up in a food market! We spot a break in the barriers and Deb and I make a break for it across the otherside of the road. alas traffic prevents Grahames Escape and Deb and I managed a ...
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The fireworks and firecracker eruptions went on all night and followed through into the next day and night. Even walking around today there are still random eruptions! New Years day a group of us headed to Dongyue Temple - Beijing's most morbid temple populated by hundreds of life ...
... with excitement when I found a bottle opener that I'd been wanting, the vendor was over me like a hawk, I didn't stand a chance! Managed to come out with it for £2 so not too bad! We also got shoo'd away from a stall for suggesting a price way too low for a Christmas bauble, the lady actually looked disgusted at me. After the excitement of the Pearl Market we went to watch the Beijing Acrobatics show which ...