JinJiang Inn Beijing South Railway Station
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... with leek and egg dumplings Three delicacies dumplings Pork and scallion dumplings All melt in the mouth and steaming hot- we saw them being made and cooked in minutes. The three Delicacies was sublime With barely cooked garlic, and spinach and perhaps kale. In the afternoon we scouted entrances to The Forbidden City and explored one edge of Tianmenan square, the Boss assisting the people's economy by purchasing a Mao watch from a nice man who also gave her some postcards instead ...
... of the Forbidden City singing wonderful South
African songs and dancing as they did it. We all clapped and laughed
along. Yesterday at a stinky bathroom in a restaurant I chatted with a
family from Iran.
World, how can we not find a way to get along?
Several weeks ago, I wrote on the introduction to this blog, “How lucky can I
be? A third trip to this amazing country! Expecting HOT again (oh yes,
I was right!) and great ...
... rudeness and constant spitting, but although you do spot the occasional person, who as Anzelle our South African friend living in Beijing like to describe as "putting into reverse before spitting it out" it was no where near as bad as we thought and everyone we met was helpful and no more pushy than people in big cities such as London. Beijing is a massive city, the second city in the most populated country in the world. It has just under 21 million people of which 10 million ...
Wow, terrible nights sleep, body clock is pretty messed up, but hey I'm on the other side of the world, how cool is that? Had to check out of our hotel by 1130 so went for a little wander around Kowloon, was quite nice, found a little 'park' area which was very chinesey... Plus we saw this random giant floating duck thing, very wired hehe... Then checked out and made our way to he visa office to pick up our visa, ...
... a treat after 2 weeks of Kingfisher , and we were craving a glass of wine and something that wasn't curry.
We travelled back to Delhi, and spent a day trying to get the computer fixed in a shopping mall which makes the old Arndale centre in Wandsworth look like Harrods. The trouble is, you are constantly being told what you want to hear whether it's true or not i.e. Yes we can fix your computer. They couldn't, so after about 4 hours ...