Beijing Airport Gold Route International Business Hotel
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... in, it is a moment of time. It shows the formal part of Beijing against the modern construction happening now. I chilled at a bench outside the hutong.
While I was chilling, I saw two moms with their little kids. The kids had a slit behind their pants. Their butt was exposed. I hadn't seen that since my arrival in Beijing.
I finally decided to return to campus. When I got to my stop, I saw Taha walking, I dashed behind him, Zack, and Christ, "Where are ...
... or 12 dishes for 5 people and walk away paying about $7 US for your meal. That is of course unless you don't get the "lao wei menu". Lao Wei (pronounced laow way) is mandarin for foreigner. A couple of my friends went to a restaurant several days ago and were given a menu which they astutely noticed was half the size of the local's menu sitting at the table next to them....not to mention the prices were triple. Welcome to China.
... on the wall, the first thing we noticed was that is was slightly cooler (helped by the fact it was only 8am!) and there was a lack of people! I couldn't believe that we actually had (almost) the Great Wall of China to ourselves!!! The views along the wall were awesome - it was just like in the picture books - the weather was perfect and it certainly live up to its hype and all the expectations I had!! Phew!!
The plan was to walk from the part where ...
... good. The Great Wall. After doing some research we figured we wanted to trek part of the Great Wall rather than just go to the closest and most touristy part just to take a photo. Our hostel offered a bus ride to and from the Jinshanling to Simatai section of the wall and also included a guide (although really not necessary, surprisingly the massive wall gave us a hint of where to go). In took 2 and a half hours to get there and we walked around 6km along the ...
... not as impressive to the Chinese as a white blonde girl and a white ginger man. Both Ben and I had our photographs taken with several groups of Chinese tourists and families who found our skin and hair to be fascinating. When we weren't being asked for photographs, people were (not so subtly) taking our photos from a distance! Stacey obviously looks too Chinese to be of any interest!
After waiting for the flag ceremony and realising we would be caught in the ...