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... in the room is labelled 'morning injection'!). By the time we returned, the lobby had transformed into a lounge and this structure (seriously, let your imagination run free here) had emerged and a DJ had appeared. The club on the top floor had come to life as well, and the group decided to have a drink there before ending the night. I chose my bed instead and ended up playing with the assortment of light switches beside my bed that operated ...
... were chosen to attend the opening ceremony for this initiative and they were the ones in levels 3 and 4 so I did not get to attend. The Massive Migration is also taking a huge toll on Beijing. Millions of people from all over China are moving from their rural cities to Beijing and to keep up with all these migrants, China must grow the size of Boston every MONTH. These people are leaving behind their life in the country side to take up jobs in Beijing, which "Beijingers" do ...
... to get a good price. She just plain refused and said she didn’t want one. No big deal; the vendor simply moved on to the next set of tourists.
It was our final full day in Beijing, and an enjoyable conclusion to our trip. All that remained now was to head back to the hotel and finish packing.
What was the highlight of our month-long stay? I can’t really decide.
I think my most lasting memory will be ...
... we've both stayed in dorms together in Russia so why wouldn't we stay in dorms in Beijing? Because we're a pair of old *******s that's why.
We checked into our 8 bed dorm, with no en-suite and within 60 seconds the body odour of some worthless peasant was already offending our sensitive nasal passages. The dorm was crowded, smelly and people were still in bed gone 10am, philistines! The ...
The second day was almost as stressful, tiring and eventful as the first. Like I said, the main reason for going over to Beijing was to pick up my marriage papers. And like an idiot, I didn't even think that they would be closed on Monday 1st April, otherwise known as bank holiday Monday. So we went on the second day. Late for my appointment as usual, due to the masses of people in the subway, we got to the embassy near the ...