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... days experience of tackling Chinese Menus we were quite successful in selecting our meal and had a very enjoyable evening.
It’s now Day 5 and after an early start we boarded the 10:00 High Speed Train from Beijing to Shanghai and currently we are travelling at 306 Km/h (190 miles per hour) with another three hours to go. The aim is to cover 825 miles in less than 5 hours.
Beijing was a challenging experience but very enjoyable and I grew to like it more ...
... Shona saw what was happening and screamed at him. He just turned around and pretended to tie his shoelace. After that little experience we went through a rough looking market too! The Indian was pretty tasty in the end. Susie and Shona shared a butter chicken, me and Tom had mutton Rogan Josh. The waitress asked "spicy?", and me and Tom said yes. When the dishes came out they brought 3 little ramekin things of spice. One was red spicy, one was garlic spicy, and one was green ...
... since I last really tuned in. The tragedy with the plane
shot down is breaking my heart. And the middle east...oh my.
In Beijing I’m so aware of meeting and smiling at people from countries all over the world. We
meet in restaurants and in bathrooms and on the great wall and in other
tourist sites and we laugh and share some funny moment together before
we move on. Today a huge group of students from some school in South
Africa left ...
... italian group came up and asked Joe to take a photo of them, so he did. Then a Chinese couple with a baby wanted a photo of us so the husband took that. Then a group of older Chinese men came and wanted a photo with just me. A tad creepy as they poked and prodded me into the pose that they wanted - weird to think I´m/we´re in people´s holiday snaps...
Another thing we had to eat today was a spider. Yes, a spider. A creepy crawler with ...
... Zealand because the streets (Hutongs) were small and the houses were old and damaged and in New Zealand it's nice big wide streets with trees. When we got to our hostel I was so relieved so the lady at reception showed us our room. I started to have a panic attack because the room was small and no space and no free shampoo and conditioner :(.
So we kind of ...