B&B Inn (Beijing Shaoyaoju)
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... about their ancestors, a bit like a stone Domesday book.
The day was very warm and we were glad to check out some of the exhibits in the side rooms to get out of the sun! One exhibit about the examinations had a small selection of cheat sheets on silk, not as elaborate as in the temple in Shanghai, but enough to amuse St John.
The central temple to Confucius in the Imperial College is square with a round moat filled with lotuses and gold fish. Very ...
... down was a long and winding metal slide and we flew down on our toboggans. Rounding out our superb day in Beijing, we had Peking Duck for dinner. Peking Duck is a roast duck and is considered the national dish of China. It has been around since the Southern and Northern Dynasties (420 to 589) and has a rich history. As I mentioned earlier, learning history from a textbook can be enjoyable, but tangibly walking along and savoring history is ...
... us with shower shoes, and I was happy to discover that the shower has a good water pressure and temperature.
I will try to make the most of the experience, but so far I don't like being so far away from home. I'm having a hard time breathing because of the air pollution, and I'm really struggling with not being able to drink tap water when I'm so dehydrated after flying. Today is orientation, so wish me luck!
... and has been carved out of one single log of sandalwood. Breathtaking! And to cap it all off we were asked for our photo...there's a first for everything! Day three we visited the Great Wall at Mutianyu, we went with Ben and Myra (a couple of friends we've made at the hostel). We did it alone, taking the 867 bus (after a 2 hour wait) and it took a further 2 hours to get there but it was well worth it! We got a cable car up the ...
... bit hungry but there was no way I was eating here. Even if we had the urge the sight and smell put us off. The scorpions were still alive and wriggling with a skewer put through them and then they were put into hot oil and deep fried to a crisp. The Tarantulas,snakes, locusts,lava of sorts were all still alive when cooked. Then there was fruit in a toffee on skewers, whole baby birds that looked like Indian Mynahs that the people ...