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... few grazes. He thought he had broken the lense on his camera as the zoom was stiff to turn, but that has come right with a bit more use. There are also museums and exhibitions in the complex.
We caught a tram into the main city area and had a look round and then it was back on the subway to the hotel. What do we have for dinner tonight? It's unanimous, back to the same restaurant for the Peking Duck again.
... here in Beijing is the most interesting. Lots of companies have their headquarters here and their buildings are showcases. In many of the other cities we've visited, the buildings all looked pretty much the same and weren't nearly as attractive. There are lots of very high end shopping malls here with Rolex, Ferrari, Gucci and Prada stores. There was quite a bit of traffic since it was Friday night, but it was still surprising to see how much at 9 ...
... is a dream come true I must say that it takes a toll on the body and it's important to take it easy once in awhile (something tells me I'll get no sympathy from anyone on that one aha) so it ended up being a perfect way to spend the day. After waking up from a great nap Jord and I relaxed in the super warm and cozy common room where we ordered awesome pizza and hung out which was lovely. Tomorrow we're in for a very big day though so I'm glad that I got to recharge.
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... and sharing traveller's stories, even if only for a day, was fun. Other travellers were so similar. I felt we might stand out like dorks when travelling by ourselves with our practical backpacker's gear but with other travellers we fitted right in. They even have those awful croc meets sandal shoe things we are wearing.
The next two days were slightly different than the first. We were the only 2 on tour, so the guide was just for us. Unfortunately it was a 3 day ...
... The story of a young boys induction into becoming a monk and becoming a master kung fu practitioner, the young men and boys, performed what can only be described as a cross between dance, kung fu and tai chi, with an extremely high dose of vitamin energy. The members of the troupe train from a very young age to reach the point where they are capable of performing. True dedication to training and technical detail.