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This entry, whilst marked in Beijing, actually covers multiple flights via Beijing, Chengdu and Lhasa, for transit purposes only. This was so lengthy that it deserved an entry all of it's own.
It was a pretty terrible 24 hours of travel. We'd expected getting to Nepal to be difficult, and had had our hand forced to book outbound flights before arriving in Japan. There were no direct flights. Flights with one change were expensive ...
... how it's done, then leave you to it. And it was free! I was terrible. Couldn't handle the rolling pin. Dropped it twice. I got chatting to a pair of Germans, Dennis and Katharina, and we ended up staying up quite late talking to them. In China, Facebook is banned, Twitter and Google and snapchat are banned but, according to Dennis, Grinder still works! On Saturday we decided to go for a walk in a park. Beihai Park in fact. It was a lot further than it seemed and it was really ...
Beijing really is stunning at night, it's like a being in an arcade - bright lights everywhere. Most of the shops stay open until about 8.30pm and the restaurants close at 9.30pm. This is because the locals eat, sleep and get up early, it's all about balancing their energy or chi. The restaurants only really sell beer- we didn't actually go into a bar so they might do other things- but the lack of cider or spirits has meant I've been a t-total since being here. There's a ...
... Kong Jockey Club in Beijing, which is a member's only club. It basically is another branch of the one in Hong Kong. At the moment there are only 650 members, which is an extremely low amount, when considering that there is a health club, spa, several restaurants, 100 rooms, numerous shops and meeting facilities. The aim is not making money but building good relationships with the Beijing government in order to be the first making the deal, as soon ...
... and because I knew we had a train to catch that night, when we got home I had a bit of a power nap before dinner and then catching a cab to the train station. This train station was pretty impressive, it was HUGE! I had never seen anything like it and I there were so many people it was hard not to feel a little overwhelmed. Surprisingly it wasn't hard to naivgate our way to the right train, and platform and carriage and we had a nice ...