Sunday, 16 December 2012

Malaysian in Beijing

We had an excellent breakfast (lunch? who knows when you are flying longhaul...) in the Malaysian restaurant in Beijing airport.

Our brunch order appeared in these hatches and was brought over by a waitress.

Pak choy in fish sauce, a fruit smoothie and a banana milkshake. It cost the equivalent of €11.

The view across the restaurant.

 My view out the windows. I'd like to give Beijing the benefit of the doubt and say this was fog. It was very cold and there was snow on the ground, but I suspect the visibility issue may have included some smog.

2 comments:

Emm said...

Wow. I was in that airport, or its predecessor, in the early '80s when there were perhaps 2-3 gates, and the internal airline had no radar. OTOH, the air was cleaner. Am always amazed at how much and how fast urban China has changed. Terrific pix, thanks.

Susan said...

Emm: Early 80s must have been a real adventure in China!