New Happy Inn International Hotel Beijing
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... but it was very popular and I wasn’t
that interested so we didn’t bother with. Instead we found a really nice gazebo
thing which was nice and shaded so we stayed there until it was time to go.
As we didn’t get to go inside the Forbidden City, Dom
thought it would be nice if we could at least see it. So we all walked to
another park called “Jiangshan park”, now like most parks in china I’ve come ...
... bungrad reel. Miriam gets a round of applause and Cliona is told she's the best dancer on the great wall of China!! Chinese tourists stop us on the way down to ask for photos with them. We oblige, doing the typical Chinese peace sign pose to top it off. The rest of our group stroll by and we help each other taking more photos! Cian and Des have disappeared when we're at the bottom and we eventually presume they went down the sliding cars already. We stroll around ...
... beer and watched the hutong life go by. Mothers playing which children, chefs smoking out the back and mopeds narrowly dodging each other. Nearly falling asleep after the days activity we headed to bed but happily had a knock on the door moments later- it was out train buddies Emma and Dougie. So all on the beds we chatted and caught up on each other's Beijing experiences. Good news was that they did The Great Wall and Ming tombs tour we are planning to do ...
... English words they know to try and help; I was trying to buy a desk lamp last night, in a market, when someone who said they could speak English explained in Chinese what I needed to the shop assistant, who then proceeded to take me through his entire selection of chopping boards. I didn't buy one... Yesterday evening also saw me visit my first proper Chinese noodle ...
Not all too much to say about today -- had another day of class and then went to the cafe for a quick lunch on campus.
Afterwards we caught the bus to go shopping at an art district --- the places to shop were great but the art was very very marked up. Not much was purchased by the group here --Silk Market is likely the go to.
From the shopping street ...