Beijing Tang House Beijing Nanluogu Alley
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Hey guys,The Dragon Trip have just moved on to Shanghai without me and so, it seems, my trip appears to be finally coming to an end. I really enjoyed the Dragon Trip and actually feel a bit deflated now that everybody has left - they were a really nice group of people who I will definitely miss.It has been another fantastic few days since my last email. We first went to Shaolin, the home of kung fu. Here we went to an orphanage where a master took in young orphaned boys ...
... a Xmas pantomime but it's themes are forever present in the ways a which a disparate group of actors from several countries band together and embark on this journey to make winter in Beijing a somewhat fun and warm experience. Nobody knew anyone when we gathered at the British School of Beijing on a sunny Sunday afternoon in the hope of becoming a part of this show. Now it seems we are part of a family of sorts, one that argues, bonds and has fun together. ...
... Justin informed us that Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City, and the Temple of Heaven were all built on the same meridian line. Although it's not a modern meridian line, it is a meridian line that the ancient Chinese people believed in. They also believed the center of the Forbidden City was the center of the universe where the emperor could speak to the gods. The Forbidden City was for the royal family and the high-ranking political officers to stay in. It ...
... the sesame sauce was a must, to season the food coming out of the hot pot. All-told, a bit boring in flavour, as the broth was very bland, but a fun and interactive experience and well worth repeating. We had a great time, and rolled out of the restaurant, back to the hostel, and crashed shortly after.
Wednesday, September 5
Determined to make more of a go at the day, we got up bright and early, and headed towards Tiananmen Square. In lieu ...
... were the hardest because of the fear, the next couple of chews were easier and the last few were actually ok. He said they weren't that bad, the spindly legs were the hardest. He described them as tasting like really crispy chicken skin. To my surprise, he finished all three, triumphantly. We ate dinner at Pizza Hut- a tradition we are trying to continue from our visit to Costa Rica. We returned to the hotel to prepare ourself for the long travel to Chengdu and Mt. Emei, ...