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... the line and the guard signals for us to cross this massive terrace to the other side. Just us. Apparently there is a separate entrance for foreigners. We find it and go through security all by ourselves overseen by at least 15 guards. Airport-like with a conveyor for our bags and a metal detector for us. I'm thinking Oh no, how am I going to explain 3 artificial joints? But the machine didn't pick them up. They did latch onto our water bottles (carefully filled ...
... along the Wangfujing Snack Street will give you a chance to try some delectable shredded potatoes, Tuckahoe pie, Soybean paste noodles, rolling donkey and palace chicken cubes. You can also head on to numerous local restaurants all around the town that range from street food carts all the way to 5 star restaurants to enjoy the best of Chinese cuisine.
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... to Spice Girls, to Beyonce, to Eminem. It was a hodgepodge of music and it was awesome. Since smoking is allowed anywhere, I think everyone got pretty overwhelmed by the smoke eventually and we left around midnight. Needless to say, it was a really fun night and we taught the girls how to “dance”.
So that was day 2, in a really really long post. I’m sort of treating this like a blog but journal at the same time so sorry if I’m just rambling on ...
... the airport at 2.00 am through Beijing wasn't exactly the culture shock we were expecting. It was actually fairly similar to driving on the M50 in Dublin - dark, foggy, rainy and misty. They even had those new LED signs that were installed recently on the M50 (although it seems the Chinese have had these up for years). The only difference was seeing "显示的是ߣ 7;下查 ...
... the need to be careful with visas, and why it is so important to have everything so precise. I pick up my new visa and passport in a few weeks, so hopefully that is the last I have to deal with any visas!
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