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... t a very long tour we packed up and left after that but a few of the people on the tour invited me to a coffee shop after we arrived back so I joined them. It was very fun and we talked about our day and what else we had to do on our trips and so on.
Even know the Forbidden City and Temple of Heaven are quite the same they were both so interesting and i loved every minute of both tours.
... the dinner we walked around a bit before me and Fabian said god bye to everyone 8as most of us were leaving the next day) and went to the Olympic Park from 2008 to see the Bird's nest stadium and the Aquatics center which were both really cool and amazingly lit up.
I do realize this is also very late but and I'm actually writing this from our second visit in Shanghai (yes we've been in Hong Kong already and I will write and update that on the plane to Israel tomorrow so ...
... turning right. Then when you get to the other side you need to look right in order to avoid turning traffic from the street that has the green light.
Elias used to have a habit of letting go of my hand when we were most of the way across the street and running the last little bit on his own – to get safe faster. This habit has now been broken.
The Forbidden City
I was going to write something about this days ...
... apartments are unoccupied because they are owned by investors.The Government has changed the rules; now you have to be a tax payer for 5 years in Beijing before you are allowed to buy a house/apartment.
The smog here is very bad. It is 36 C and we don't have to wear sun screen! Because of the Olympics the government moved a lot of big factories out of the city to stop the smog; but now there are so many cars that nothing has changed. You will see ...
... point of collection. In simple terms this meant that Jason would not get his visa unless he paid the extra ****-rape of $160. We were stunned to silence by this incredulously unjust request. Silence was quickly succeeded with anger and shamelessly we began to aggressively hurl questions and exclamations in our defense; this achieved nothing. To add insult to injury they had already proceeded with processing my visa, which was obscuring a valuable page in my ...