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... they were just glad they could take the easier route and blame it on me. Before you judge me too harshly here, I could see the tough route, it was basically just a vertical stair climb. Also, Pau told us if you do the tough route you have to pay close attention as people have slipped and died. Observation is not my strong point and so the easier route was the only choice.
... of work there are other things that when I step back and think about I realise they are rather unusual. Every Sunday on my way to work I walk past one of my favourite sights. Outside of a housing complex simply on the street there is always a group of smiling soldiers. Every week they are there set up with tables with doctors, chairs with barbers and boxes of tools to work on bikes. The reason that I love seeing all of this is that they are set up to ...
... The girl walked me to a park, paid for my entry and then gave me what I needed for the train. I was utterly confused at this point, having read about Teahouse scams in my Lonely Planet guide, and being warned to avoid 2 people that approach you asking to take you there, I was left wandering if I had been.
I walked around the park, looking to find the exit, when I was approached by another "helpful" person. This time it was an Art teacher who wanted to ...
... on the one flight and dinner on the other. Colleen and I watched Jim Carrey's "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" to get into the Christmas spirit.
After arriving at the Beijing International Airport, we took the subway to our hostel which was a straight shot and very easy to find. The hostel was conveniently located right behind the subway station and had a very nice staff who spoke excellent English. They were all about our age which made it more fun ...
... in order to issue tickets: TravelSky – a monopoly owned by the government. Even though, travel managers have access to the Western GDS' like Amadeus, Galileo etc., it is illegal issuing tickets. If doing so, you probably spend the remaining days in jail. However, comparing the fares allows the TAs to negotiate on fares or issue tickets out of Mainland China and then let them be send in. This is a "not illegal" common practice, but again, as you ...