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... the seven heading on to Bishkek has even less chemistry. The brothers will do their own thing. Dave will yap with Kristin who now has nobody else to talk to. Phil, Shannon and James are all quiet so conversation there will be at a premium. Saw Orion's belt in the heavens. Maybe I could get it to strangle Petulant?
The farewells were pretty routine. Got a hug from Lou who called me a professional traveler. If so, I must pick better travel companions [I don't ...
... that we walked up to the egg, which is a big titanium and glass dome in the shape of an egg, to me it seemed so massive that I didn't want to walk around it. John the ambassador in our hotel said not to walk around it because its too big. Then we walked to the Forbidden City, where a part of Karate Kid was filmed. It is really big ...
... size: 16px; line-height: 22px;">We set up our tents, then people went exploring a lot further up. I stayed back with a couple people. Just looking out and see the wall was so surreal. I just could not believe I was standing on one of the greatest things ever built. We all hung out until it got darker, and then we all gathered around in a circle and discussed our technology creed and behavior creed. Around 8:30 we finished and I went straight to bed. I shared a bed with Meg and Anna. Tiring, but good ...
... we decided to not buy anything. No way would I pay over twenty yuan for a slice of chocolate cake. I had no shame for being cheap.
Lucky Street was okay, but I would not go back there. However, I was glad we did go see it because it allowed us to check out an area I had never been too. There is so much to Beijing that I have yet to see.
We returned to the subway station. Natasha had to get a ticket. We waited quite a bit for her. ...
... amp; Mother. I joke of course, I took a ****-ake instead. Once again, I joke. We arrived at the metro station closest to our hotel (literally a 2 minute walk) and checked in. We dumped our heavy bags, did a recce of the room and then went back down to the concierge to discuss our train journey down to Nanning (near the Vietnamese border) later in the week. Sadly the train we had intended on taking was full up so we've ...