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... would swarm around us to gawp and take photos. I reasoned that they say travel broadens the mind but hopefully in this instance it will broaden the minds of those we pass on our travels as well as our own.
We saw courtyards and palaces, gates and steps, people and more people. The orange glazed roof tiles and purply blue eaves were enchantingly pretty. Especially where they repeated into the distance. During a quiet moment I asked Lee what ...
... will meet outside our office (time to be confirmed) and together head to Beijing Airport Terminal 2 for our flight Beijing to Pyongyang (1.5 hrs) – the showcase capital of the DPRK with a population of approximately 2 million. PM: Upon arrival in Pyongyang (approximately 4pm – DPRK is one hour ahead of China), we proceed through immigration and customs and meet our guides who will accompany us during our stay. On our way to the hotel we will visit the Arch of ...
... dinner, there is a four hour long performance/celebration broadcast on TV. Many famous celebrities—Jackie Chan included—make an appearance to sing/act/do martial arts etc.
All the while fireworks are starting to ramp up. Around midnight, those who are trying to sleep (me), are jolted awake by continuous boom after boom. Imagine Fourth of July fireworks and multiply that by 1000. ...
... and going to the zoo. We jumped on the local metro line (Andingmen) and headed for Beijing main station... The metro is only 20p a journey anywhere you wish to go. The metro was very busy but this seems to be normal at any time for China. A nice few stares to start our experience with the Chinese, you'd think we were aliens! Outside Beijing railway station was manic.. A huge area filled with Chinese and their luggage (which was mainly laundry bags, rice sacks or anything they ...
... is definitely an experience that most Caucasian Americans never experienced, it certainly felt bad. Perhaps everyone needs to feel this at least once to appreciate how others have dealt with discrimination for years.
· We stayed in our first hostel (Lucky Family Hostel – about $30 nightly including watermelon, "coffee" tea and pbj for breakfast – very nice people working there) in a hutong ...