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... southern main part, including 5 photos taken under one
of the gates, which means that we now have another 300 years together
apparently, we then boarded a bus to go the northern area of the
"city", which we would have had no idea of how to do if we hadn't
been with Lei. This was the area where the emperors kept their wives and
concubines, and was a much quieter and peaceful area. We then hiked up to
Jingshan Park at a fair pace, ...
... the subway and headed to the Beihai North lake that had been recommended by our hostel. This was a much more relaxing turn to the afternoon as we wandered round the lake watching people row and pedal in boats and browsed some alleyway shops. The only problem was, when buying the train ticket, we realised that we'd been using the wrong exchange rate to calculate how much everything costs. We'd been dividing Chinese Yuan by 5 ...
... with your colleagues every day. During a meeting our team of 4, something was brought up which when roughly translated was a little confusing, so I brought it up at our English teachers meeting just for clarification, which is sometimes my only outlet and way to get to the bottom of things. It was to clarify something, a very simple question & should have been a simple answer, but it dragged on & on, got totally blown out of proportion, and the bottom line is ...
... in there like the emperors were and that was probably the coolest part for me- imagining those scenes from “The Last Emperor,” where he rides his cute bike around the walls before he goes all pre-teen and angsty and cuts off his pony tail haha. Well anyways- it was um “so so” as they say and honestly Angus and I were a little disappointed with how kind of desolate it all was and didn’t spend as long as we had planned…pushing on to the ...
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