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... you got a lovely breeze. Maybe that is why someone was having a kip on the floor.
One of the great things about having a private guide is that take lots of photos for you and they know all the best spots for a snap. Pau had his photo routine, he would always take two snaps. He would say "One,Two,Three. One more. One,Two,Three. ...
... led by a man who is always wearing a pair of white trousers and has some sort of stall with a light attached that blasts out music. I'm not sure how long they stand out there or how they know all of the moves but there is normally at least 40 or so people. All of these quirky things make me smile and overpower the sometimes less than healthy aspects of life in Beijing. Sure some days we have pollution levels so high that you ...
... friend of a friend I was put it touch with.
We met at Jingshan Park with plans to watch the sun set over the Forbidden City, but the weather had other ideas and decided to be smoggy. Mei-Ling also arranged for us to meet two others, Blair and Cleo, and we had a lovely evening with food, a wander around a different part of the Hutongs and drinks in a nice bar.
My visit to the Forbidden City wasn't as smooth as it could have been. After the ordeal ...
... be so happy to see a Subway in my life!! All they have over here for "comfort food" choices are McDonald's and KFC; both of which you get really tired of pretty quickly.
The next morning was the most anticipated part of the trip and it did everything but disappoint.
We booked our Great Wall tour through our hostel and the tour bus picked us up at the nearby intersection. It took us about an hour and a half to get up into the ...
... of both buyers and suppliers in order to successfully work within. Again, there is nothing such as "one size for all", which is why global travel management policies often should be reconsidered here.
At the moment, Chinese TAs and TMCs have very poor OBTs (online booking tools), however, there are more and more OBTs coming up, particularly in the leisure sector, e.g. ctrip or kanoo, which are the largest.