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... was rented for eight in the morning, and despite our previous night we were all up and ready to go when the car pulled up. It took us nearly four hours to get to the wall. Because it was the long weekend and bound to be busy every where we went we wanted to go to a less common place to see the wall. Fortunately for us, this worked out. The Great Wall section we visited was nearly empty, we took a chair lift to the wall. We could see far off the wall ...
... scooters. In comparison to Australia, there are not many cars. Using scooters in China is much more efficient due to multiple aspects. They create less pollution, which is a major environmental issue in China, especially Beijing. As far as you could see, they sky was covered in a layer of smog and no blue was visible. This was one of the most important things that we take for granted by living in Australia, clean airways. The scooters are also less expensive and do ...
... webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">1. Due to no doors and only 3 foot walls there isn't much privacy in a Chinese public toilet.
2. Like Laos men, Chinese men enjoy lifting their shirts exposing their bellys to cool down in the sunshine.
3. The ...
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Some interesting differences with the Netherlands:
Traffic is quite a chaos, but it works! When the trafficlight for walkers goes green that does not mean it is safe to cross, that means that the chance to be hit by a car, bus or biker is just smaller. Although you don't have to wait anyway, you can cross everywhere you want any time you want.
And in the subway, there is a security guy and part of his job is to make ...
... does not allow religion. It is only recently that Churches have been allowed to freely set up, so I was curious to see if it was popular or not. I was so surprised when I turned up to the huge building, with massive sign altering all to what it was. The church itself was so big, it was like a lecture theatre, with an enormous projector up the front of the speaker, and TV screens so that the people up the back could see. There was not an empty ...