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I finally looked though the window and saw so much smog. So afraid for my lungs. Worried about breathing the smog in.
Natasha, Emi, and I took a taxi to Sanlitun. So much traffic! We were stuck half the time. The ride was longer than normal.
We were so happy to arrive in Sanlitun. The Bookworm was not pack today. Not so many people like last time.
We sat down and ordered food. I ordered tea ...
... cream and some fruit.
Eventually I head down to check in for my flight which is now showing on the International Departure boards. The counter is not quite open yet – the flight doesn’t go for another 4 hours yet – and I wait, trying to sleep a little as I sit on my bag on my baggage trolley.
Eventually the counter is open and I’m 3rd in the queue. They take my bag, put the flight strip on it, ask what sort of ...
The heat has well and truly settled into Beijing Just a few weeks ago, I was wearing my warmest winter coat anytime I was outside (and mostly in the classroom, too), but now the temperatures have broken into the 30s, and the mosquito season has officially begun. I had no idea mosquitos existed here, let alone were so prevalent. I have seven mosquito bites on my left leg alone! Yesterday we also had a bit of a sand storm, which meant it was pretty uncomfortable ...
... again! I've enquired anyway, so see what happens!! It was called 'Brawl on the Wall', although slightly misleadingly not on the wall...... it was the first in Beijing, they've run several in Shanghai called 'Brawl on the Bund', and both raise money for charity.
Sunday we joined our friend Luisa & a group of friends for brunch before she set off for the airport to fly home. It was a Persian meal, very nice, then headed for a few beers after as it was a no ...
... for 25 minutes in the subway every morning, wake up at 5h30 from Monday to Friday, being constantly looked at from the moment you get out of your house to the moment you come back for the rest of my life ? Thanks, but no thanks. Chinese people especially those between 30 and 50 years old are very nice polite and welcoming, but people spitting everywhere around me, being the main attraction when I visit any touristic attractions and never find ...
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