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... he had to go back home to Denmark and return to student life once again. Poor guy! Let's all down one for him, now that we're here! So from now on, I, Søren, will be traveling on my very own.
That's it for this post! And since you're probably wondering what happened to the whole Mongolia part, yes we have skipped over that one. But it will be up! Sooner or later. And it will have video too. Stay tuned!
... that, the rules got meaner. Length, width and setback distance were regulated as well as the geometry of the doorway structure, its color and decoration.
Until the 1990's, the Forbidden City's gate was one of the largest structures in Beijing. It had to be in order to set the standard for the rest of the city, and provide range for the social organization of Beijing's architecture. It worked for 500 years. The design standard included names such ...
... friend....master bargainer and ping ponger extraordinaire. Thanks for so many good laughs and your dry and incisive insights. You are and Sheldon are an awesome pair, and I know that you will be back to China again and again....just give the Muslim market folks some time to recover... :) )
We started out as 27 students and 4 teachers from 10 schools. Now (and forever) we're just BCPS China 2013--we have a lock and a blessing to prove it.
... We walked a little ways through these alleys into our hostel called Sunrise hostel. Our room was small and the bathroom was interesting. It had a toilet, sink and shower all in the same small broom closet of a washroom.
Tuesday morning we got up super early. Not by choice since the night before we went to bed at 730pm. When I say early I mean 430am. As we had nothing better to do and we really wanted to see the flag raising at Tiananmen square so we left around ...
... out to catch up on wasted time.
Today we had decided to visit the Summer Palace, a vast public park where the latter day imperial court would decamp during the hottest months of the year. The park surrounded a huge lake and was also littered with Chinese tourists, to a point where it became almost stressful! The only place to we were able to get some space was on the lake, so we hired a classic tourist vessel...the pedalo. This was ...