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... of work there are other things that when I step back and think about I realise they are rather unusual. Every Sunday on my way to work I walk past one of my favourite sights. Outside of a housing complex simply on the street there is always a group of smiling soldiers. Every week they are there set up with tables with doctors, chairs with barbers and boxes of tools to work on bikes. The reason that I love seeing all of this is that they are set up to ...
... to make sure that all was legal. Here the post Office packs all parcels. That way nothing goes through the post that they don’t approve of.
Our next place to visit is Jing Shan park (North of Forbidden City). It has magnificent Chinese gardens, I was surprised by the lack of shady spots and there was next to nowhere just to sit and enjoy. We saw what looked to ...
... was amazing. It is massive, and to think it extends for more than 5,000 miles is mind blowing. We took the gondola up to the top, the views to our right eventually revealing the crenellated battlements on the top of the wall. At the top, we walked to the right a bit through tower number 14, and then we walked back to the left to tower number 15. My thoughts on the Great Wall are: 1) It would be amazing to hike a far distance or to see it by helicopter. 2) When you go see such a ...
Today we were fortunate enough to attend another ACTE Executive Forum. As you may remember, we attended one in Dubai, and it was very helpful for me. Today wads another very helpful seminar. Although we did not have a round table discussion like last time, we did, however, have three very informational sessions. One was over the only GDS in China and how it is government regulated. The second was about the challenges for obtaining a ...
... life of a taxi driver in Beijing, stuck in traffic jams all day every day.
At the hotel we checked in and went for a walk and were absolutely thrilled that for the first time in 14 weeks we were not sticky with frizzy hair. At last amazing weather with no humidity it really was a very welcome surprise. We wandered round for a bit and the first thing that we noticed were that there were many different groups of people in the public areas all formation ...