Super 8 Beijing Shunyi Bolian
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... of Chinese tourists feeling just as squeamish with the bugs as us, we did see people eating octopus, fish, starfish and even a guy eating silk worm larvae. Did not see anyone eating spiders or scorpions or crickets. We wandered back to find a bar and found predominately tea or lolly shops. The arcade had a Hagen Daz, yum, double waffle cone, yum, yum. Shopping for the train on Saturday and then a very long slow not fast G trek home, omg feet are so happy to be in bed. ...
After heading back down we stopped at a local spot for lunch. There were no menus. After a brief discussion with Jason about foods we liked and disliked the servers brought us several plates of various chicken, beef, and pork dishes as well as rice and noodles. All tasted very good, and we could not finish everything. The restaurant was beside a local Cloisonne factory so we popped in for a quick tour. This local craft is very labor intensive ...
... I started to do the same back to her. I was whining and stomping my feet, telling her that I was a student and had no money. It was actually pretty funny. We put on quite a show together, and entertained everyone around us. And so once we made a deal, we were friends and she told me I was a good negotiator and that "I won". I was a good little bargain shopper! (Be proud of me, Mom!)
... that turn up. It had been advertised on the bar website as well as the charity, and amazingly 62 people turned up! We kept having to ask for more tables, more chairs, some people who turned up rather too late were even turned away. We couldn’t have imagined it being that successful. Andy was the technical guy for the night, and guess what…. I was the gobby one doing the talking, and being quizmaster!!! A little nerve wracking to begin with but soon got in ...
I have been on vacation since September 28 (Saturday) and it doesn't end until classes start on October 8 (Monday). The reason: the Mid-Autumn Festival and the National Holiday.
The festival was on Sept. 30th and is marked by eating moon cakes and observing the larger than normal full moon at night. I didn't eat any moon cakes (because I don't like them) but I did go out to dinner with one of ...