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Travel Blogs from Beijing
I made a fairly good attempt at jumping out of bed and being excited about the first part of our Trans-Mongolian journey this morning. Not bad for 4:45am! Another breakfast of crushed rice puff cakes and strawberry milk.
We all headed off to the already busy subway at around 6:15 and by 7:40 we were departing Beijing …
... Qiao wanted to see. So this made it easier on me, as I didn't have to try and shop around for a tour. John just called his driver, arranged our pick-up, and we were off. Though you know your with a film director when her concern about the time of the trip is do to lighting because of the time of day. After leaving Beijing, we headed northeast and I to the hills to the "wild wall," so named because it hasn't been renovated by the government yet. The ruins have just ...
... you will be in life. It is important to take your education seriously, but there is more to life than school. I find it very stupid when people cry about not getting an A. It makes me wonder how they will survive life.
During eating, a Spanish girl approached our table. Turned out to be Bethany's friend Lucia. Lucia was extremely stunning and I loved her positive energy. After saying hi to Bethany, she left.
... yes! Majestic, absolutely and more over cute. The one I spent most of my time monitoring, I named Ralph. I twas what first come to mind. He seemed to look like a Ralph to me. Seeing I was here I decided to check out the other animals. Saw my first Kangaroo's and a whole host of others. Certainly the most beautiful looking zoo I've visited.
Later it was o to the cinema. Thought I'd get my fix ...
... His only real regret was that they were not alive. We all think he has been watching too much James Bond (remember the scene in Skyfall?). One would think two scorpions in an evening would suffice for shock value but, there was more to come. Once he saw the fried black king spiders, nothing would do until a couple of those went down the hatch. As stated by one of his peers "when you see the natives pointing and laughing at him, that's a problem." Indeed. I wonder what awaits ...
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