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... the free space while we could since we knew that once the holiday was over we'd be packed in the cars like sardines once again.
We got up early on Sa***************ed straight to the Forbidden City. Forgetting that it was a weekend we were greeted by hoards upon hoards of people heading for the city. Once we were in we tried to make our way through the main square, but after almost being trampled by people decided ...
... morocco except its pedestrianised and much calmer and colder and has less nutters trying to drag you into shops....Ok so it's not that much like it, but it has people selling things and people pinging little neon helicopters into the air, and lots of shops. Shops however are Cartier and Apple and not rugs and lanterns Beckham is much bigger here than in the airport Also it is worth noting that smoking is a big part of the culture. I'm finding myself smoking ...
... thriving 21st century urbanations. The rest of the country evens out the numbers so that China can claim it’s a developing country. They’re bluffing, but it’s all good capitalism.
Beijing, for example, contains a New York City – people, buildings, shopping, food, culture. It also contains a Tijuana, Casablanca and an Ouagadougou, no less diverse. The combination is exciting on a ...
... harder. I'm definitely growing more accustomed to my Chinese routines including transportation, groceries and the fact that everyone here speaks a language I can't understand. At the same time, I miss my friends so much more now than I did before. I think that because I've moved around so much in the past few years I've grown accustomed to going a few months without seeing some of them. However, rarely has it been six months since I've seen their gorgeous ...
... of dark grey, but the three of us headed for Ditan Park nonetheless. Wandering through the leafy gardens, where locals participated in their various energetic pastimes, we poked our noses into a wrestling ring, listened to a choir belt out old patriotic and revolutionary songs, watched calligraphers paint with water on the grey paving slabs, and silently observed the slow, flow of a Tai Chi lesson in progress.
By the time we said a fond farewell to Martin, it was almost time ...
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