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... belts, and sunglasses. Some of the sellers, however, not all, would take it far and grab people, including me, by the arm and literally sell you something you have no need of buying. Some go as far as throwing a wallet or a belt onto you. If you are someone who is unable to have a distance away from such things, and understand the Pearl Market is more of a theater than shop, you won’t get flustered. Otherwise, because of the sellers, they could easily rub ...
First, an outside-the-travelling-in-China bubble shout out to the Szewitt's for the birth of yet-to-be-named girl (code name: 'Chives') early this morning China time (late afternoon yesterday Toronto time). As Chives' uncle, I take it upon myself to teach her about Transformers, Batman, and Spider-Man...or whatever about those things Sam and Noah don't know.... There's no smog again in Beijing, but I thought I'd limit the hiking and let my legs recover a bit. I decided to go to the ...
... were off again.
A trip back into Beijing brought us to Olympic park, and a look at the bird's nest, the water cube and the torch. We finished up our day with a dinner of Beijing duck.
Phew. So, you see, it really was just an awesome day.
Tomorrow we're out again, but with a little sadness for it's our last day here. It's gone so fast....we'll try to report again, but know that you'll get all the details soon--and in person!
... of garlic bulbs. Later that night we went out for dinner with Thomas and ordered way too much food not thinking it would be enough. I haven't eaten so much in a long time.
Friday was our last day in Beijing. We took it easy as we were tired so we just went to the Temple of Heaven. It is this huge beautiful park just south of Tiananmen square. It is where emperors from the Qing and Ming dynasty would offer prayers to the heavens for good harvest. As we walked ...
... was from the future and the line out of the train station (Line 9) doesn’t connect with Line 1 which would lead to all the bits of the city I needed to get to (namely, Line 2 or Line 5). So up I pop to the street level to get a bus, which are well organized, but poorly listed. Wow, did that ride suck. Way too much luggage (a small suitcase, medium backpack, and a large backpack) for a very, very crowded bus. ...