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... meals and still gave us a leaving gift! They also picked us up from the airport and dropped us at the train station. This is the tip of the generosity iceberg, as you will see in later blogs.
After being collected by Anna’s ‘aunty’ we were driven to their apartment on the 11th floor of a tower block in Beijing (4th ring from the Centre in the North of the city). We dropped off our luggage and freshened up then headed out for ...
... for Benson and Brian to be able to translate most conversations with all of the other professionals who did not speak English.
I am so grateful to be able to try so many different Chinese cuisines. Even though the meals were sometimes to close and I wasn't fully hungry at the time, I made sure to try and enjoy everything because when else will I be able to experience such an amazing authentic cusine. It was ...
... 8217;m here. My
original plan was to create a “duckdex” and score each contender out of 10
beaks with the winner getting another visit from me but that proved too
complicated to create (I couldn’t be bothered)
Tonight I tried out Quanjude, supposedly the biggest
restaurant in the world on four floors, plus two “secret” floors, blanked out
on the lift menu. Rumour has it the 4th floor ...
... the “tourist” act and
start living here. It is a rare
perspective, and I am enjoying it a
lot. I’m no ...
... throwing around our football. Each day we visited, other men or boys would join in. The boys enjoyed teaching all comers how to throw. These was one especially active little French-Chinese boy who Zachary and Noah enjoyed teaching. Geula and I almost fell down when we saw Zachary bend over to tie the boys’ shoe. Perhaps Zachary needs a little brother?
· Acrobatic Show – we attended an acrobatics show ...