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... of his huge portrait.
Probably the worst meal I had was one I shared with a few of the other hostel guests, and which was easily the fanciest and most expensive I had in all of China. You hear about a lot of weird things being eaten in China, but this is only at the more expensive places to show off your wealth. In fairness the duck hearts weren't bad though got a little sickly after one or two, the jellyfish had a weird texture and no flavour, but ...
... 8211; double yeuck and hot coffee so 1 out of 3 ain’t bad. Back onto subway Line 2 – old hands at this underground mularky now ;-)
So ….. back to the brothel debate – is it or isn’t it ? On the one hand there is always one woman dressed in a very short mini skirt and stockings (whilst smoking) sitting behind a huge window as if ...
... going on there. I looked on Google map to see where the school was located.
When I first walked, I walked pass the canal like the map stated. I then passed a hospital and saw a campus. So I entered the campus, but I did not see anything fashion related.
For a bit, I walked around until I decided to sit down. When I sat down, I read the name of the building near me. It said school of medical studies. It dawn to me that I was at the ...
... everyone had a good laugh. After that I was super sweatie, but decided to continue on. I took the metro to the amusement park which was in trouble before for copying Disney and Hello Kitty. I got there and it was quite empty. It was $1.50 to get in (which came with a free beer), then each ride had a price. I walked around for a while and then went to the food area and got my beer and had some dinner. The food was quite good and cheap actually. I then went on a roller coaster since ...
... they spent time there when Elspeth was teaching there. I finally got to try bibimbap. (veggies on rice with a fried egg on top)
On our final day we split up again: James wanted to return to Tian’ men square to check out Mao’s mausoleum where they have his preserved body on display for Chinese nationals to pay their respects. Mum and I weren’t too keen so instead we went to the zoo to see the pandas! They were so cute, but zoos ...