Huiyuan International Service Apartment
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... peaceful moments of our lives, but of course it wasn't. We try not to dwell on the negatives of a country but all experiences in China always brought us back to feelings of consternation. The majority of the tourist sites are related to their power orientated past representing what is so despicable about the country in modern day. Throughout our time there we were in constant limbo, occasionally experiencing friendliness we empathised with the people of China who are ...
... Teddy play. Turns out they sell them and they're out there to get people to see how cool they are and buy them. Well, it worked because Peter, Zack, and Teddy all bought one. They are super cool though. Zack opened his, and we played and we attracted a crowd because we were pretty good at it.
Phil and Anna came out like 40 minutes later. Someone had seen a market with live scorpions so they let us go to the markets. Wow is all I can say. You enter the markets by ...
... jewellery, art, etc., etc. Our hotel – called Courtyard 7 Hotel - is in one of the alleys and I am sitting in one of the seven courtyards now surrounded by pear and pomegranate trees. We feel cocooned from the hustle and bustle around us!
And so we spent a few days exploring Beijing.
The city has a population of twenty one million persons but is only the third largest in China! It is a beautiful city – so huge, ...
... work negotiating for me as usual, the shopkeeper started at something ridiculous as usual, she informed the shopkeeper that price was too expensive as usual. The shopkeeper wasn't really coming down too much, and I wasn't "in love" with the boots, so I got up to leave when the shopkeeper was asking 160 RMB (~$27 CAD).
As I was leaving her stall, the shopkeeper GRABBED MY ARM to prevent me from leaving. I'd heard stories of this happening to people but ...
After lunch at my internship last week, Liyan, Jenny, and I were walking through the outdoor produce market. Beneath a faded, dirty blue and red striped awning a man laid out carrots, just pulled from the earth. Gloved hands methodically pulled a carrot from the sack, wiped the dirt off and put the carrot on the stand. The carrots on display were still covered in dirt, more so than would be allowed at an American market. At the next stall there were mushrooms I have never seen ...