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... get used to it.
My 13-hour direct flight went over the Arctic Circle, so it never got dark. With the time difference, I skipped right over last night to arrive this afternoon. Gotta love that international dateline.
To pass the time on my flight, I watched some movies, dozed a bit, and ate the meals that they kept serving at weird and inexplicable times, even accounting for the time change. Unfortunately when it was time to disembark, I had a ...
... Trucks must be out of the city by 6:00 AM and are not allowed back in the city until after 10:00 PM. Motorcycles are not permitted in Beijing. There is so much traffic in this city and so many people that there is a lottery as to who is allowed to purchase a car . . At this point, only one per family . . .
In China, people must yield to cars. Otherwise, no cars would ever get anywhere!
Woke up early this morning with two of my roommates, Louise and Talbot. We walked to Jingshan park which was cool. We went to the highest Pagoda and looked over the Forbidden city. Standard Beijing smog only allowed us to see so far but it was pretty cool. The park was awesome though: everywhere there was people playing instruments and signing, doing Tai Chi, and drawing Chinese characters on the ground in water with a large brush. One thing I don't ...
... hour private bicycle tour of the Liqun Alley slums and we got to see a part of Beijing that is pretty well hidden (slum alleys where tenants have refused to move)
- ate lunch at a world famous Peking Duck restaurant in the slums where celebrities and world figures such as Jackie Chan and Al Gore have eaten
- 2.5 hour Flight from Beijing to Chongqing
- met Claire's parents for the first time and it was a little awkward at first but we eventually hit it off pretty ...
... s biggest cemetery as 1 million people died building and protecting it. The 'protectors' spent 3 years in one stint guarding it and often died of poor, freezing living conditions, not actually the war. The modern day locals say you aren't a hero until you visit the Wall. I'm unsure why, but it got us there! From the Great Wall, Casper took us to a fantastic Chinese restaurant for local cuisine and specially requested sweet and sour pork, which is not as popular here as it ...