Jingshaling Great Wall of China
It was interesting to see another side of China, as the first time I went to China I was mainly in the southwest regions, Sichuan and Yunnan and did lots of trekking in the mountains, this time it was mainly the big cities. The only trekking I did was 2 days on the Great Wall, and let me tell you, that is hard work! It is so incredibly steep and lots of endless steps. But the views are well worth it. All in all, a fantastic trip with great experiences and memories, and of course food. Some of the food I had are below.
Won ton soup
Soup dumplings, a speciality in SuZhou and Shanghai, filled with hot soup and a pork meatball. Delicious, but tricky to eat without scalding yourself....
Sichuan dandan noodles and dry fried green beans
Peking duck - a must when you're in Beijing
For something different: Korean bulgogi and kimchi
Spicy noodle soup and cool sesame marinated cucumber
Best breakfast with a view: Soup dumplings at People's square in Shanghai
Very spicy Hunan dishes: Pork with green beans, and spicy aubergine