Home Inn (Beijing Dewai)
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... Much of the original items found were displayed in the museum on the grounds, There were some beautiful pieces of jade jewellery amongst other things. We then went to a jade factory where we were shown the different colours it comes in (not just green) and how they work it to make jewellery and carvings. This is a state run factory and we had lunch in the state run restaurant upstairs. (Chopstick management is a work in progress!) After lunch we headed to the ...
... tomorrow. So that will save the hassles for food tomorrow. Its now nearly 1 in the morning. So getting set for the night.
Final update tomorrow on our Trans Mongolian Express Experience
Not a bad nights sleep for our last night on board. Everyone was up early. Didn’t sleep too good myself for the first part of the night. It is now starting to rise in temperature. We are looking forward to ...
... had been a long week. We reached the VIP lounge and went in, the staff informed us they would walk us to the train when the time came so we told our colleagues to leave us to it and eventually they did. The lounge was decorated in the style of a sunshine homes retirement lounge, beige draylon, high backed uncomfortable carver chairs and too low coffee tables. It was also full of wannabe party officials and men in badly fitting uniforms, very strange.
... group was in town.. Rumour or fact had it that it was the Russian President.. Mr
Putin,... putting us over the road and watching from behind the barricades. Not
only were the barricades moving us away , so were the military and local
police.. quick photo.. quick , quick, move along ... was the order of the
Seems the dignitaries can shut down / override any
public place at a moments notice so ...
... I may go back for some of more of this untraditional Chinese treatment.
A NIGHT OUT ON THE TOWN
One of the great things about teaching here in Beijing is that there is a tight expat community and at my school in particular, small pockets of friendships emerge. To celebrate the 40th birthday of my new friend Annie from the Philippines, my Aussie friend Kyle and our British friend from Yorkshire, Richard, and I went to the Solana ...