Day 3 Beijing – Food, Foot & Shop Poisoning

I know I’ve mentioned in Day 2 that I have nothing to brag about day 3 in Beijing but after going through my photographs, it cracks me up again and thought maybe I should put it up here. So my usual chronicle of events. The Hubby like day 2, left for work at 7am and I got up from bed at 9am but this time with a severe of purging. I still make it for breakfast but a quick one. Wallop 2 tablets of charcoal but the purging won’t stop at all. Infact, my feces looks like seaweed. *yikes!*.

The Hubby came home back at 3pm and it is so kind of him to run (yes he ran!) to a Chinese Medical Hall about 10mins away from our hotel to get me medicines. The Chinese sinseh told him, “This one very powerful wan. I guarantee you no more purging after taking this.” Bull shit la. Still purging wat. The other guys was planning to go for foot massage and some shopping. I was so weak and yet the thought of confining in the hotel room during vacation is such a waste. So I die-die also join them. Fuah, the temperate was at 6C but one minute I was perspiring and another minute I was so nausea I want to lay down on the street. But kena tahan la cos I did not want to spoilt other people’s vacation.

First stop was to Silk Market and they thought we should go get a cup of coffee or tea, whatever and I was like running to the toilet every minute. Wah, so much shit talk here. I better cut long story short.

Fast forward …. as we was leaving, I puke because the guys was smoking. I felt better than before after that puking! God Bless me! I managed to shop in Silk Market for 1 hr without yelling for the toilet. Talking about toilet, I used to read horror remarks that toilet in China is very….. awful. But hey, they are not that bad you know. At least their toilets floor is dry not like the Malaysian toilets. The only thing you have to tolerate is the smell. The are really horrible!

The bargaining in Silk Market is horrible too! But I still managed to lug back lots of stuff. wakakaka….. they are so cheap, ok! I know this is going to happened and make sure my luggage was half empty when I came to Beijing.

We only shop for one hour cos the other guys wanted to go for foot massage. And to cut the long story short again….. While checking on their available services…..

We couldn’t stop laughing!

I think it has something to do with exfoliating the dead skin. Sorry about that cos I don’t read Chinese. The masseur said that I have cold feet and ask if I am unwell. Wah, she so smart leh.

After that we balik to the hotel and Day 4 onwards, Hubby’s work had finished and we already book the private driver to Great Wall of China. Can’t wait to see the world heritage, eh? 😉

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  1. rachel said,

    March 20, 2009 @ 4:45 pm

    wah lau le….what is this??? jessieling is leng chai…

    anyway, did u get any silk blanket? i was told that this silk blanket is a magic. when its cold, when cover the blanket will make u warm, and what you are hot, u cover the blanket it will make u cold….

  2. chooi peng said,

    March 20, 2009 @ 5:29 pm

    silk blanket really that magical a????

  3. mommy to chumsy said,

    March 20, 2009 @ 7:35 pm

    hahhahahaha…really funny. “pick the ear” is really geli. wonder how they would do it.

  4. NomadicMom said,

    March 20, 2009 @ 10:28 pm

    Nothing worse than getting sick while on holiday!

  5. selena said,

    March 21, 2009 @ 7:04 pm

    hope u r much better now and managed to enjo the pi hu, foomasg, picks the ear and repairs the foot 😀

  6. selena said,

    March 21, 2009 @ 7:05 pm

    hope u r much better now and managed to enjoy the pi hu, foomasg, picks the ear and repairs the foot 😀

  7. sila said,

    March 23, 2009 @ 5:36 am

    wah, sick oso still can go shopping! 🙂

    now even though Repair the foot and Picks the ear sounds weird, still in english right? what is Pi Hu?

  8. athena said,

    March 23, 2009 @ 8:28 am

    hehehe.. ok wut.. foot repair…:)

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