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... When a Swede debuts the machine, and sings the first two lines of 'My Heart Will Go On' so delectably, so tunefully in the key of Irony Major, one knows the hour is meet.
Fri 26th: We savoured a mid-morning emergence, and set compasses for Tian'anmen Square via the metro. For the first time in China, we were bereft of assistance.
Not that any is necessary for this public space, nor for the Forbidden ...
... of the way in order to not be plowed over! We walked bake and joked about the police car that looked more like an ice cream truck : ). For dinner we went to the Grand Brasserie with Jan, Terry and David. The food was AMAZING, especially the white tomato emulsion soup!!! It was the group favorite. The service was a little slow, but worth the wait. It was a good day in Beijing and I can't wait to see more of the city. ...
... from their faces, and bounce
back into their host school routine of heading to the canteen for breakfast.
Struggling to find the bounce back into her own feet as well, Dr Zara swapped the
breakfast routine for a welcomed additional 40min of sleep. Considering she was
still hand washing her own clothes at 11.00pm after several student and staff
meetings the night before, we know it was a personal luxury she had definitely
earned. Armed ...
... me old broken china. I'm not sure how old these pieces are, but they are nice enough to look at. I finished walking around the huge lake and ended up near the south entrance of the park (keep in mind I'd not seen all of the park, but it was still many hours later). I ran from that entrance to the east entrance, got some cash (all of it) from the bank and headed back to TIP. [China is a cash culture. I've yet to see anyone use a credit card, even in hotels and ...
... store stops. All were close to the subway stop, however the majority of the subways don’t have escalators, or if they do it’s only one way, so there were a lot of stairs to climb, ending the day shattered & suffering aching legs for a few days!! Our final stop was our local, Paddy’s where the survivors gathered for the evening!! We bailed out around 10.30pm, 1 drunk, 1 sober…..!!! One of the bars wanted to call itself the hangover ...