Dushi Xinyuan Family Apartment
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... I was seeing white people everywhere. Pairs, groups, singles…eventually I had to stop and talk myself down out of an overwhelmed and somewhat hysteric state. This happened after people began to turn and look at me as I continually pointed and said, "Look Chris! Another white person!" I’m not sure I realized, until that moment, exactly how isolated I have felt for the last few months. Imagine walking out onto the street, grabbing ten ...
... watering the plants.
Monica and I decided to take a path up to the top of a hill. From the hill, we were able to get a bird view of the city. We were shocked to see how crowded Tiananmen Square was. Our Chinese professor warned us to avoid tourist areas during national holiday. The sky was covered with smug, which made it hard to get a long range view of the city.
Then we walked up to a temple, which had a Buddha. No pictures were allowed. Being there made me ...
... toilets with toilet paper and that flush! And I'm not talking about any 'ol place in the west. Our next stop, Hawaii! One of those places i used to dream about going too, and here I am checking in to go. Do they even let riff raff go there? Especially slightly dishevelled backpackers who are 7 months into roughing it? Ah why not, lets just go there and see! Asiana airlines flight OZ232 here we come ...
... to its beautiful image as it is mostly empty, with entrepreneurs who have attempted to put it to good use, failing to flourish. The nearby 'Cube', or aquatics centre has been successfully turned into a water park. A picturesque quaint pagoda sitting within a green space, nestles easily among modern high-rise buildings including a dragon-shaped ...
... been required. She didn’t observe many people buying anything either so she figured that the prices were to blame.
I spent the day wandering the hutongs and snacking on street food. The thing I love most about Beijing are the hutongs. These are mazes of alleyways which crop up in various places around the city. Sadly they are fast disappearing to give way to newer buildings. It seems that in these communities life continues in the way it has done for ...