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Rather than collapse into bed, we decided to take a walk otherwise we would have woken up at 3:30 am! The sun was setting. We weren't hungry so we searched for snacks. We went into a nearby mall and saw that in 10-15 years China may be a hockey powerhouse. The mall had an indoor ice rink and there was a hockey clinic going on. These kids were only …
... amp; Al, then Internations bowling in the evening – so a full on Internations few days, what with meeting a hotelier during the week too for my next ladies night on Friday. Bowling was fun, familiar & new faces, and the usual after party at Franks bar, but I bailed out as I was shattered, whilst Andy went to Spark club for a friend’s Birthday. His turn to drink too much ;)
You know that we've spoken about the pollution before, and the 'safe' levels, which ...
... that we had dinner reservations - Beijing Duck. It tasted much the same as home! and was good.
Day 4 - Next day we went to Tiananmen Square which is the largest city square in the world (size of 60 football pitches). It has great cultural significance and outside China, the square is best known in recent memory as the focal point of the protests of 1989, a pro-democracy movement which ended on 4 June 1989 with the declaration of martial law in Beijing by ...
... City is 178 acres. More than 10,000 have lived within those walls at once.
Cameron - Tienanmen Square can hold over 1 million people
Garrett - the 2 large screens on the square were installed for the 2008 Olympics. (we could still tell were there was a lot of clean up, new walkways and painting in preparation for the Olympics)
Jack - Tienanmen Square is the largest Square ...
... were all over the place. It was dirty and alot of the place smelt like rotting food mixed with burning rubber. There were people sharing vechiles like I had never seen before, three people on a scooter, often a father, mother and young child. No one wore helmets and everyone drove like maniacs. The cars and scooters would hoot their way through pedistrian and bicylce traffic and the hooting would start ten metres before they even had to get through the ...