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... we walked to a small strip mall near the wall where we had a buffet style lunch. I tried to get a little of everything but I think the food was more "Americanized" being so close to the wall. I had some fruit, salad, chicken, beef, rice, and vegetables. Pretty exhausted, we made our way back to the bus that took us back to campus. Once at campus, we were given a short time to freshen up before we left to catch the subway to ...
... Beijing, 11 of their 13 tube lines have been built from scratch since 2002. Thats a tube line a year. English engineering is dead Said goodbye to my coat at the airport. Was always going to be the plan but mine went slightly less ceremoniously in the bin, rather than romantically getting to stay in an exotic hotel room like Leah's one. Lucked in again with the check-in. Absolutely no queue, 2 airports out of two. Queue next to us was a massive train of ...
... meeting at 4 at the Koryo office myself Jim and Angela decided to try and hire a public bike and cycle around. The less said about that the better as hiring the new public bikes which are locked up similar to London on street corners proved tricker than it should be, finally after spending some hours trying to sort it out we decided against it and jumped in a taxi and headed over to Tienanmen square. I have been before as ...
... Forbidden City. It's called Coal Hill because it was made from all the coal used to keep the Forbidden City warm in the winters.
Beijing is a really great city with so much more culture than Shanghai. There are rules on the building heights (can't be taller than the Forbidden City), so it has a really different feel. It was a fast first day but I got a BIG taste of the history and my tour guide was so great. She even saved me from being pushed off the bus in a wave of people.
... We arrived at a medical facility set up to deal specifically with foreigners who require a medical exam in order to be granted residency. It's quite the ordeal. We wee accompanied by a Chinese girl called Sunshine, who works for our school who speaks virtually no english and has as much of a clue as to what to expect as those of us who went. There are eight rooms and it begins with he blood test. Of course ...
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