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- Continental Breakfast
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... had to pay a gouged 40 RMB to just get to the south gate in another cab so I could be on time (almost $7 for a five minute ride, which is very expensive in China considering it should have been about $2.50). I’m really glad I went alone because I essentially ran through the largest palace in the world.
It was truly massive. For what Versailles is to France, the Forbidden City is even more so to China. Gate after gate, expansive courtyard after expansive courtyard, it's ...
... which we learned a lot about issues specific to this region. Most of the sessions were in Mandarin. Luckily, simultaneous translation was provided through headsets. It was a little more challenging to listen and understand everything while listening to two languages at once, but it was very beneficial to have the translator. I learned today that China is expected to become the number 1 market in business travel spending by early 2015. The issues about the differences in ...
... t know quite what the fight was about, but my best guess is, and I'm not kidding about this, the customer was angry she was not given a bag to carry her take out. This is my guess because eventually the customer reached over the counter herself to grab a bag.
My next experience was by far the scariest, if I have you on Facebook I briefly posted about this incident. During one of my trips to Zoo Market I witnessed a full out fist/scratching(?) fight between ...
... about diverse cultures old and new, exploring breathtaking scenery, and seeing unbelievable creatures on land and in the sea. What an amazing world we live in! Overwhelmed by all my memories of our adventures so far, I realised (again) just how lucky we both are to have this opportunity to travel the world. And it wasn't to end here either. Now we head to the west........onwards to the land ...
... you from every angle. The Houtongs are a maze of alleyways filled with inhabitants going about their daily business as they have done for hundreds of years; trading, building, chatting, playing drafts of street corners. I saw many of the sights including, Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City. Both were hugely impressive in the sheer size and how they dominate the centre of the city. Tiananmen Square I particularly enjoyed, watching the hoards of ...