Centre D'Hote Asstee Pekin/Beijing
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... day tomorrow,
We managed to get WIFi at a couple of stations so we managed to check the E Mails and check to see our directions to the Hostel when we arrive in Beijing. Sent an e mail to Hostel and they are now picking us up which will be a lot easier. Feeling tired now and just want to get there now. Have a good shower and a good sleep.
Got an E mail from Letting agent. Over the moon house is ...
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... insect stick a day rule... After this a few of us travelled across town to the Olympic Park and Birds Nest stadium. As stadiums go it was okay, but I've yet to find one more vertigo inducing than the Millenium Stadium, even though they are often bigger. From what I can tell it isn't used for anything other than tourism, and is just another Olympic white elephant. I wait with baited breath to see if London can do any better with their legacy. ...
... paced and monumental, the same way I'd explain Beijing to someone back home. And that was only the first two days. Peking Duck number one.
There is something about China that somehow throws all my plans awry. My new Hong Kong friend and I met one of his buddies from Beijing for a night on the town and although I meant to only have a beer or two and be back at around eleven that was definitely not the case. Eleven turned into five ...
... offered to show me the way from the apartment to Peking University's campus. At the bus station a block down the street, he pointed to three information signs. "Ba shi ba, san shi ba, er shi er -- dou keyi," he said, making sure I understood. You can take bus 88, 38, or 22. I nodded."Dui," I said. Gotcha.
When we boarded bus 22, I made sure to stand near the front. I wanted to see out the windshield and watch Beijing traffic. Even at ...