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... crowd. Well, we would just have to get the party going ourselves. And as margaritas were half off (and pretty damn good) and there was a special on tacos and nachos, we figured we would start here. After several(?) margaritas, Qiao came by with her friends, he also had no idea what Cinqo de Mayo is. If China ever wants to become a world power, they need to learn how to steal another country's minor holiday and give it an entirely non-related meaning to celebrate. At ...
... spoke to some more people and went on the usual wild goose chase around the city, but eventually got it back - pretty relieved to say the least :) The actual 11/11 was also a very good day, starting with the girls' Italian-English rendition of Happy Birthday at midnight (followed by a great win for United (y) ), and then a few hours sleep before a nice Western-Eastern mix of a day. I received some cool Chinese gifts from my teachers and flat-mates and had ...
... some time so expected the hecticness to get to me!! And boy was it hectic!! We managed to plough our way through the crowds at the station and planned to get a taxi for the ease of finding the hostel but nope - we were troopers and trained it! :-)
The hostel was really nice (i booked it :-))! It had a cute ...
... as the "birds nest". A small entrance fee allowed us to wander into the stadium itself which we did do thoroughly until we were thrown out from the royal balcony which we hadn't realised you weren't just allowed to wander into. For lunch we moved bak towards the city centre, and avoiding Keith's temptation to try out MacDonald's which Keith was very keen for, we instead opted for a more authentic looking restaurant...which turned out to be chinas answer to McDonalds. Next stop ...
... Xian blog? And FYI- Dragon Lady Cixi is actually not considered a true empress and is called the Dowager Empress Cixi. The only true Empress was Gaozong.
Ah, but back to Beijing! Beijing offers so much...yummy food, fresh yoghurt on the street, a night food market that is astounding and defies belief (no, fried scorpions and spiders do not entice me!) and rickshaw rides through the now saved hutongs, ...
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