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... I think the so soft will be coming out later.
It is great taking pictures as we are going along, I am sure they will be pretty similar but it will give us a good idea of what the countryside was like. It’s now that time of night where we start to think about getting into bed. Dee on the top bunk again. I showed Dee how to play Chess today. Not bad for her first game. She seems to be getting into ...
... br> - cold!!
- ignore the pushiness and just roll with it or you'll go crazy
- use non-verbal cues to explain yourself
- never be in a rush bc you will get lost and confused
- Don't come during Chinese New Year. The crowds are massive and not foreigner friendly
Pros: rich history, interesting, cheap hostel/subway
Cons: rude, pushy, smog/haze, loud, very big, no English
So the big thing I reread about in this blog ...
... on the buildings make it worth the walk through. The outer area (Imperial City) is free to wander through, while the actual Forbidden City (1st ring around Beijing) is not. Again we are swarmed by Chinese tourists as we traverse across the City, each courtyard and bottleneck area creating another opportunity for them to mob us. at the back of the city, behind the Emperor's private chambers is an amazing garden area. Heather and I are in agreement that this is the ...
... with about 14 people on the bike with her.
When we arrived back at the Biggs on Tuesday night, the polls had just opened in the states, and Hilary, Josh and I were basically glued to the TV for the next day. Hilary had kindly arranged for Ben, Lucy and Sam to join Charlie, Jane and Owen at school the following day, so after we dropped them at school, we returned to the Biggs' house to watch CNN as the polls were closing and the votes were being ...
... building with Mao amid a sea of Chinese tourists, we walked around the square's perimeter (the square itself was blocked off by fence on all sides -- we weren't sure why), gazing up at the buildings around us.
After it got dark, the five of us took the train back to Wudaokou and grabbed a quick dinner at the same place we'd had lunch (it was dark and we were hungry so we went with what we knew!). After, we headed back to the apartment, aptly named the "Swag Hut," ...