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... also took off almost on time. That was amazing considering most of the other times I've flower out of Pu Dong the plane has been delayed due to vast amount of air traffic. On the plane we had another hot meal of pork, rice, salad etc. An interesting meal for 10 am in the morning but beggars can't be choosers as they say. I actually could see the Bund from the plane leaving Shanghai and then also had some great view of Beijing as ...
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- Thai food and drinks after KTV near hotel
Day 4 (Oct. 22) - Tiananmen Square, Old Town, Flight to Chongqing
- woke up early and took a taxi back to Tiananmen Square
- toured the Chinese National Museum after going through an intense security check where we were made to drink the beverages we were carrying around (later found out that it is a test administered to see if you are carrying poison or acid)
- hopped on ...
... I went to the tea market with Olivia. We first walked to 7-eleven to buy rice balls with tuna. They were so good.
We then walked the same way to one of the subway station, except we had to walk further. It was a bit confusing.
Once, we were at the place she went, the woman of the shop recognized her. We sat down and tried some tea. The woman did not speak English and Olivia and I tried to communicate with her in Chinese. We all tried ...
... getting pretty excited about my suit. They are going to have to make some pretty big changes with the pants (too tight, and that was a common trend with everyone). Other than that the jacket fit like a glove (only some minor adjustments).
Went back to campus, drank a beer in the courtyard and went to bed. These days are exhausting. The Great Wall is tomorrow!
... still, this was my favorite part of the wall. We looked in front of us and saw the sides of the wall still continuing along their original path, and guard towers on several peaks. Trees, bushes, and other shrubbery had worked their way onto the wall. It was impossible to see very far due to the smog, but it was an amazing view nonetheless, certainly different from my previous trip to Mutianyu.
Although it may seem a little redundant to go to the same ...