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... on every streetlamp. Big Brother is watching.
As we made our way across the square towards the south gate of the Forbidden City, a unique phenomenon dawned upon everyone in our group: we were definitely a minority. So much so that we were often being stared at. In some cases, we were even being video-taped and photographed. Odd to say the least, but for many Chinese people, we were the first "foreigners" many of them have ever seen. Moreover, ...
... dumplings are my favourite local food, best meal was in Pai at a tapas bar, we got tapas and a meze platter.
Food never able to eat again?
Pho have had far to much of the noodle soup in Vietnam
Miss the most?
Getting up and having to plan the day out, not truely knowing what's going to happen in the day is refreshing
Most looking forward to about being home?
Family and friends but also sport massively missed having fun at badders and ...
Before we endured the walk back we decide to stop at a busy restaurant where many locals were eating. We had to wait for a seat during the lunch rush, but we were happy to as the food looked and smelled too good. Once we got a seat we decided we would try the famous Beijing peaking duck and Beijing noodles. The Beijing noddles arrived at the table with small little dishes all containing condiments, herbs and vegetable that could be added to the plain ...
... but unfortunately we squandered that opportunity with the cafe mochas from Starbucks that we had just finished. Hours 4-6 of the flight Maclaren spent alternating between watching movies on the phone and standing up and looking over the back of the seat or down the aisle and wispering, "shhhhh, night, night" to snoring Chinese men! Hours 7-12 MD spent sleeping again, this time really comfortably for her and very much not for us...its amazing how such a little person can take up ...
... day of exploring with the one exception being the almost constant pain my snow boots were causing my already bruised ankles. I was reluctant to wear the boots again when my trainers and a pair of thermal socks would probably have sufficed, but I felt it was important to wear them in as much as possible before I spend eighteen hours transiting Siberia in ...