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... together - and a funny story about that was that once they were contacted by some kind of detectives that were hired by private people to check if their husband or wife was unfaithful - but of course they didn't sell their data as it's of course illegal.
Tomorrow we are meeting late at 9.20, so it will be great to get what looks like 8 hours of sleep - so we'll be ready for tomorrow's meetings at International SOS and ...
... t much better. We got a Maccas on the way back. In the evening Taylor and I went to the Olympic Park to get some nighttime shots of the Birds Nest stadium. Susie stayed behind to eat. It was busy!!! I know I shouldn't have been surprised, but the Olympics were 7 years ago and as far as I'm aware they haven't really use the stadium since then. Got some nice shots though. And now we are finally up to today! It's our final day here. Tomorrow we head to Tokyo!! We haven't done ...
... Tiananmen Square we noticed that it was home to several historically important constructions: National Museum of China, Mausoleum of Mao Zedong and Great Hall of the People. It was fully packed with people but thanks to the gigantic size of the square we felt less invaded than normally. Gonzalo, my dad and I also bought funny head umbrellas and took a few shots on the square.
Subsequently we went through the Tiananmen Rostrum, standing to the north of the Tiananmen ...
... they were closing early and we wandered on to another shopping
complex which we found crowded with a carnival atmosphere outside –
we think it was this shopping complex's birthday because we heard
happy birthday being played! There were lots of people in costume, a
band, fairy coaches, a marquee full of glass cases in which there
were Chinese cities made out of biscuits – but most of all, there
were crowds of people. We ventured into the ...
... got to know some of the ex pats there over tea & toast after the service. Gregory, from Baltimore kindly showed us the way to a pancake place we wanted to find afterwards, as given our track record we would still be looking for it now if he hadn't intervened! It was great to meet with other Christians and hear a challenging message from Gods word. We then left our hostel for a hotel to meet the rest of our 'G Adventures' group for the onward trip to Hong ...