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... though it was a perfectly sunny day, the smog coated everything in sight, even way out at the Great Wall. I can't imagine living here and breathing that all the time. And today the pollution wasn't that bad, according to our tour guide Howard. It's hard to believe the smog can be four times as bad as it was today! The traffic here is atrocious, too. It takes a lot of skill to survive here. I'm pretty sure the driving regulations are thought of merely as ...
After my nap, I walked down to the underground store to get some ramen bowls for dinner and some snacks. This time I got lime flavored potato chips. They had totally different flavors than they had last time.
After I ate my ramen, I worked on getting my computer's internet connection to work. I went back and forth between my computer and Tania's to get the same settings for the ...
... the paint on the walls was faded. The whole area was a little underwhelming and to be honest sad. The museums within the walls were no better, most without proper lighting and air conditioning. The artefacts within the museums looked unkept and not at the standard I assumed they would be in. We continued to see other parts of the city but unfortunately were met with similar thoughts about the area. The locals kind of loiter the area, ...
... I arranged a farewell dinner for him, and everyone turned up, because they believed in Kyle. Two weeks later I was to meet him in Melbourne, but it appears he had forgotten the meaning of friendship. He refused to talk to me, meet with me and return the favors that I so generously and graciously bestowed on him when he needed me the most. Kyle just turned 20. Perhaps he will grow up one day and realise the true meaning of ...
28/07 BeijingToday we go to the Tainanmen Square and
the Forbidden City, one of or maybe the touristic highlight of
Beijing. We entered the square from the south, apparently everybody
and his/her bag is checked before entering the square. This is also
done to try to prevent Tibetan activists to use the square as their
political podium. In the south there is the Zhengyangmen gate, which
(according to a tourist guide) was only open today ...