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Hello everybody! We are on day 2 of Beijing and what an amazing time we are having! Haven't had much sleep or much time to realize where we actually are but we haven't stopped for a moment. Yesterday we arrived at our hotel around 4 pm, threw our stuff in our room and hit the Beijing pavement out the front door. We walked to a mall down the road and window shopped (except for one pair of shoes....I know, I know). We ...
... The driver had no idea where we wanted to go, even with our card written in Mandarin. Even the concept of Beida didn't seem to register with him (the nickname of Peking University - derived from Beijing Da Shue). I found my map and it seemed to help him, and we headed off. However, he clearly didn't really understand where we were going, yet drove off anyway, which was a worry. We were in bumper to bumper traffic, the entire way there it was people shoving their ...
... awesome) with water blended together--we ended up taking it back to our room and putting it in our refrigerator which helped a bit. When we returned home we ate dinner and intended to catch up on some blogging and e-mails but our internet wasn't working. We laid down for what we thought was going to be an hour and a half nap which ended up turning into 10 hours of sleep--boy did I need it! Tomorrow we are going to the summer ...
... or Beijing yet, so I dragged my ass out of bed. I’m glad I did, because it was a great night – I met some fantastic hostellers at Ming and was introduced to the (in)famous KAI CLUB (which I later got to know far too well), one of several gay clubs in the Sanlitun entertainment district. It’s dingy, the drinks are cheap, there’s a DJ, a lively crowd and a stripper pole – what more could one ask for?
... a little tease-- by the time I finished class, this pristine cover had melted into a muddy sludge, but the cool air lingered for days.
This weekend was a bit of a Temple visit-athon. On Saturday, I went with a classmate to the Lama Temple. This is a Tibetan Buddhist temple, located in a really old area of Beijing. Lots of Hutongs (ancient/traditional houses) surrounded the Temple. Some are still houses, some are shops. There is something so ...