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Travel Blogs from Beijing
After dinner last night, I got ready to celebrate Mohini's birthday.
Jesse, Olivia, Cathy, Cici, Mohini, and I went to Party World to sing Karaoke!
As we were walking there, Jesse tried to sing "Benny and the Jets" and I snapped at him to stop. He was no Elton John. Nobody can do justice to that song.
At Party World, for our first song, Olivia and I sang "Call Me Maybe." We laughed at the ending of the music video when the guy turned out to have ...
... visas was a bit of a nightmare and I’m glad I hired an agency (Servisum) in Berlin to do the job for me while Regine, Lukas and I were away on our summer holiday. Altogether I submitted over 20 documents to secure my visas. So far it looks as if every traveller (about 100 in total) but one (being corrected now) have the right visas. Now that’s an organisational marvel! My job onboard this train is the provision of general medical treatment to ...
... to Joy City, Beijing's biggest mall, where we walked around for a bit before deciding on a place to eat. And... walking around is an understatement considering the mall is 13 stories tall and has the world's longest escalator.
When we were finally fed, we made a couple of stops at a pharmacy and bakery for the next day's breakfast. Exhausted, we slumped onto the subway for the long ride-- and then walk-- back to the hotel.
Tomorrow, the seminar ...
... when we go in and greats us with a smile! We went back to the restaurant by the toilets and had the same food again as it was so good - I still don’t know how they manage to make any money as we were the only people in there for the hour we were there and there were five staff there (probably all members of the same family).
Its our last full day in Beijing tomorrow and then we are off home - it’s strange to think its almost all over now!
... the square- it is smaller now because there is traffic that goes around the whole square where as before it was just for pedestrians. They most likely would stop all traffic when they are having events. It was a sea of umbrellas.
Big groups of people- mostly Chinese. As people in Chinas wealth increased they are able to do things like go on vacation. So where as in other towns foreigners visit- most likely they have ...
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