Chun Hui Yuan Resort
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... wall. However despite this area being very touristy and packed with shops, cafes and market stalls – only 2 places open for coffee . We went into one and ordered coffee – 2 tiny cups of Nescafe instant arrived and when we asked how much we were informed that it was 80 Yen (approx. £8) – could not believe our ears , what a rip off and for the first time ...
... Soleil, the Chinese will put an act in the show if they can successfully complete it 50% of the time. It was actually quite entertaining!
Beijing is a cool city, worth visiting for a couple of days, the night life is great, with people dancing in the streets (we saw 3 types of dance in one square), unique street food, and lots of history. Just hope the smog is good by local standards!
Denny and ...
... like there are snowflakes inside, the fake will just be plain. All jewellery is made out of jadeite and this will change colour after a period of time when you wear it.
Next stop was the Olympic site, I found this to be very boring but Steve was in his element. We looked at the cauldron, the birds nest, the water cube. They did have a wall of fame which listed everyone who had won a medal in both the Olympics and Paralympic games.
We made a quick ...
... The Chinese is sinking in, but now the objective is to work on retention. Yes, I can learn new words fairly quickly now, but remembering them a week later still takes a little extra work. My pronunciation is also getting better, now I know when I am saying the incorrect tones and am getting better at recognizing when I speak incorrectly. I still feel like Eliza from My Fair Lady, however. The amount of time spent on saying characters with both the third and ...
... we could have been on the set of the first shots of Bladerunner.
We walked through and back again, our eyes out on sticks, the whole thing was like an assault on the senses, bright colours, loud sounds, and amazing smells all competed for your attention. We then took a side street exit where there were lots of small restaurants vying for business, at the end a Chinese Opera was on, Dan got freaked out by the stary eyes on the ...