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... day of traveling ahead. A few minutes later, we were downstairs saying sad goodbyes to our hosts for the week before taking off in a dash to the airport. For our travel to Bangalore we are flying Malaysia Airlines. Our first flight, the one from Beijing to Kuala Lumpur is what would have been the return flight path of the infamous MH370. In the waiting area I spoke to a group of travelers who had flown from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on Malaysia Airlines the week before and they said ...
... I hate the numb feeling. A tiny pepper makes your whole mouth feel tingly, like if you had an injection at the dentist. Unfortunately, a few little peppers slipped through my inspection, and I still got a bit numb, but the food was amazing apart from that.
This weekend was one of the best I have had in Beijing. It was perfect to spend some time away from the city, in such a pretty town. I'm so grateful to Ian and Emily for taking me out to a place I never knew existed ...
... it was as comfortable and pleasant as the previous one. Hats off to China Southern, a very good value airline. The food was even pretty good. We had fried goose with rice and vegetables and a free beer. It was all delicious although I later noticed the beer was made by Carlsberg and was mildly disappointed!
We landed in Beijing and looked back at our plane - the Airbus A380. It was ...
This is extremely late, but a super long update from Beijing and Shanghai!
On the first day, after arriving in Beijing via overnight train and unloading our stuff at the hotel, we went straight to the 长城 (changcheng) (Great Wall)!! We were blessed because it was an absolutely beautiful day in Beijing! With BLUE skies!! After climbing to the highest point of the Great Wall, we went up the opposite direction for a little bit. Some of us even ended up ...
... eggrolls, and candies.
After our "dessert run" on the snack street, we headed back to the hotel. On the way, we passed another food street and a group of people dancing on a street corner. The little old ladies all doing the same moves to music were very cute.
We had figured we could just get Jen in. The people at the desk were pretty adamant that she couldn't stay, despite having a photo ID, work permit, copy ...