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... was a tough day in store. This post is being written in a Café at Dalian airport. We have been split into 2 groups for the flight to Dezhou. At this point I need to take back the comment made before departure about bad coffee in China. I've visited 3 cafes and ALL have made pretty good coffee. A flat white, latte and mocha have all been good. The second group are about to head for check-in so. Dezhou here we come... (PHOTOS TO COME - CAFE WIFI COULDN'T ...
... that option while a few of us went exploring in the hope of finding Peking Duck. After 40 minutes if drawing pictures of ducks, making quacking noises and playing charades with a number of locals and restaurateurs we finally found what we had been looking for and feasted on Duck the proper way - pancakes, hoisin, leek and duck all carved by the table. Fantastic. This ...
... mixing of different cultures. The stops were somewhat extended, but it was an easy morning and finished with lunch and a drive along the coast road. Back in Xinghai square we saw some more bronze statues including a band where you can stand in as the drummer or vocalist and a pair of horses where you can sit on the second horse. We got a picture of john getting his impression taken. We were informed that it was not pollution smog that was obstructing our clear view of everything ...
... we got to a bus stop and took a random bus back into the city. The scale of what they can build here is impressive. I am reminded of Dubai, where if you have enough cheap labour and money almost anything is possible. Through the fog, out over the water we can see a massive brigde being built running parallel to the coast. Later on we see that their could even be three levels to this and once of them must be for a high speed train. It would have easily been a ...
... relatively fast and made our way out of the airport. There was the standard greeting from an array of "taxi" drivers, who eagerly want your business. One confirmed he had a meter so I was happy enough. We made our way across to the carpark and loaded our bags. Once we got in I asked for the third time about his meter at which point he asked for "300". Knowing we should be paying about "40" for our fare we hopped out ...