Qinglian Furun Hotel (Beijing Hedong)
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... the fish. It looked a lot easier than it turned out to be. It reminded me of when I owned a fish tank and needed to remove a fish. I would run the net through the center of the water only to feel the fish bump up against the pole or net but move out of the way as I scooped it. After a few minutes I wound up with a net of four, flip flop splash, three fish. The man weighing the fish came over and with a flick of his wrist dumped out two of the ...
We took in all the sights before we started the journey of a lifetime. It was starting to get dark so the sights were lights.
After about 20 mins we decided to unpack our rucksacks. The thought at this point was where we put everything. No fridges to keep food cool so I think we will be eating the fresher things a bit sooner than expected.
The occupants of the next few cabins ...
Beijing 13th - 19th February by Martin
Katie Melua famously declared that therr are 9 million bicycles in Beijing but what she failed to mention was other types of transportation available, leaving the average listener with only a partial idea of what the streets are like. Don't worry though pop-pickers, I took it upon myself to count the other types of transportation in order to give you a fuller picture of the traffic on the streets! Assuming Katie is correct and there are ...
... cart so no one would want to eat any or B) flip the soy sauce over onto the dumplings that were on the warmer so they would all have it on them. I didn't though cause I didn't much want to get in trouble and get sent to a Chinese jail. The entire time eating them, I had the "Threw it on the ground" song in my head but I couldn't get myself to throw them all on the ground in spite, so I ate them. I did drop the last one, however, cause it was falling apart some and I wanted to ...
... for a long overdue catch up and a lasagne at an Italian restaurant, a few beers then on to our new favourite wine bar / shop, California Grapes. Free wine on a Thursday evening for ladies night, so we of course enjoyed that! Andy meanwhile went to a free drinks event at another bar in town, so we're getting good at sourcing the freebies!!
On Friday, the British Club had a stall at the British Embassy Christmas Bazaar, which was invite only through the British ...