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... a ride home from Suzhou with three kids and no time to spare.
The restaurant was founded around its classic brick oven and two expert chefs, all brought south from Beijing. The birds cook in an open kitchen, are brought to your table, and are sliced up with classic methods right in front of you. The skin is thin and crisp, delicious when dipped in sugar and minced garlic. The meat is tender and juicy. To eat it, you line a thin pancake with hoisin sauce, slivers ...
... Clark (the Singer Company). What a fantastic collection, I hope it comes to Australia. Spent half my time here before moving through the collections of Chinese porcelain, bronzes, furniture, seals, textiles, currency and jade. I am looking forward to going there again tomorrow, this time with the tour group. Sitting down for a couple of quiet beers before our 6.30 dinner, then off to bed early I think. Traffic chaos ensues outside, it's still wet, but a great start to the ...
... Finally back home, Beijing felt really cold, and we wearily crashed home around 7pm, totally done in!
Felt like it took us a few days to recover, my cough & cold returned with a vengeance (a mild panic that I had bird flu of course!!), still have it now, Andy had 3 dry days in a row, amazing ;) and all systems go for another weekend!
We’d been helping Helen from the Migrant Children’s Foundation to promote & sell tickets ...
... lemon tea for me, and we get along well. As the coming week is a seven day working week we will probably try to meet one evening.
This week I also met with a funny Chinese guy called Brian. He says he's fed up with taking various lessons to learn English only to forget everything a few weeks after he's learnt it. And so, he's now ...
... we could see at one time and the ferries had to wait mid stream until there was a break in the line of barges for them to cross the river.
Whilst we were walking along the Bund we were stopped by two Chinese girls who asked us to take their photo and started chatting to us about our holiday and England. They then said they were going to a Tea House and would we like to join them - it was only then that I remembered ...