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... by children in every direction. The train ride went very fast, with the top speed being 305KM/H which equals the fastest train in the world! The scenery was lovely, and the temperature changed so much on the train as we went through so many different provinces- It was a great experience.
We arrived in Beijing and saw that the taxi line was soo long. EVERYONE hassles you, I saw kids pooping on ...
... as the Cube and the "Bird's Nest " didn't change colour while we were there. There was a tower which constantly changed colour and another building that kept changing, but not the main buildings. We didn't walk over to where the flame was, but we could see it. It looked like an ice cream cone.
When headed off again in the car and I had to be dropped off along the way and catch a cab as Morgan was going to her cousin's place to see the baby. Her ...
How is everyone? All good I hope. Slightly missing the UK at the moment looking through Facebook seeing all the X factor comments, the Christmas ad comments, although if I was there I'd probably be moaning about it being too early!! Just loved those cosy nights in watching TV when it's cold outside, before Christmas!
Starting with last Tuesday, I'd seen an advert for a photographer who I studied whilst doing my A level a few years ago, Martin ...
A: How have you enjoyed having your family with you for this trip to China?
M: hahahahahaha...I have enjoyed it a great deal. My family is very, very funny. Each person has their own unique sense of humor and perspective on things and I'm often surprised by what they say or think.
A: Any examples?
M: Caroline's desire to eat street food and also your remarkable translation skills. [Editor's note: Despite never having studied ...
... best. It is, however, slightly cheaper (and definitely my things are safer) than if I stayed at a hostel. I could take a plane ticket back to Dongguan, but is is the same price as staying here. I think I'm better off experiencing Beijing a bit better than sitting in Dongguan. At least that's my justification. No hard feelings, but...damn. Wish I didn't have to spend any money!
Alright, time to go have more adventures. See you soon!