Super 8 (Beijing Cuiwei)
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... dark blue and dark grey. Donkeys and flatbed carts were all over the streets and all you saw for sale was cauliflower, another season, watermelon. There were no open markets with choices of food - Just bland everything. People stared at us like we were from another planet. They came up to touch us, poke at us and laugh at us.
Breakfast then, would bring eggs swimming in oil, dry bread, canned juice and a choice not to eat it. It ...
... measurement of time allowed others (officials only) to have access to this magic.Clocks were also the only thing that impressed the Chinese from the west.
The Treasury contained a huge dragon screen made of ceramic which was almost the length of a tennis court end wall!
Some of the treasure and household implements of the imperial court was on show, lots of gold and jade. The Chinese tourists were mad about the jade as you ...
... but mostly everything that we have eaten has been delicious and has only cost us between 10p and £3.
Peking Duck - Very different, not as crispy as the Peking Duck that we know from Rau Senh in Nelson. The duck is cooked in a wood fired ...
... her if she’d been to the Great Wall. She replied with a no, saying that according to Chinese tradition, she’s not a good person yet. I guess now that I’ve climbed the great wall, I’m a proper person… :)
Nearby our hotel in Beijing, there was a 7-Eleven that I thought was just a normal Chinese one. However, once I stepped inside, I was completely taken aback because the entire store was exactly like one in Japan! Almost all of ...
... in and bought a new one, as Chris has about 4 million photos to upload.
We have now arrived in Beijing, this morning, which is absolutely freezing, -4 at the moment, and we are finding it such a contrast to Delhi, with pavements and everything! Our hotel is lovely, Courtyard 7, a traditional hutong (quadrangle) hotel, but is lovely and warm.
We'll put some photos on soon when we've sorted out the software,
Love T and C xx