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... need one original to hand into the
Chinese government and the other was a "keep sake" and just incase the
first one got lost. It turns out that the Canadian embassy needs to see
an original not a photo copy but the second original is in Winnipeg. So
the local agency here is going to ask if they can look favourably upon
us (and the two or three others families that didn't bring the second
... survive', for example, getting from my hometown of Xierqi to somewhere else in the city without using the (English signposted) subway, and other things like that. I think a few of us are going to go up to the observation tower in the CCTV Tower tonight, and then it'll probably be a duck restaurant and the now obligatory beer pong tomorrow to send Ross off, so I've got a few things planned besides getting lost in the city ...
... man made structures Great Wall and Terracotta warriors
Smog smog smog... So happy we rarely have this in Holland...
The gurgling and the spitting... Probably related to the above but still can't get used to it... Especially when done inside trains restaurants plains and shopping malls
Taxi and Rikshaw drivers... As usual try to rip you off... But this is not only in China ;-)
... biggest plane I had ever been on. Christine just barely made the flight and then we took off. A Chinese breakfast was served on the flight and it was quite gross consisting of a sausage burger, very watery bland rice soup, half of a hard-boiled egg, watermelon and a grape tomato. There were limited drink options compared to flights in the states. I asked for orange juice and it was very thick, there was no pulp and it tasted much different than what I am use ...
... city that was at extra cost but included some treasures and stone carvings which were nice. We did also manage to get lot quite a bit which added to the time, but it was pleasurable just a very long time to be walking around! We exited the city at the North entrance which faces the Jing Shan Park. This is a massive hill made from the earth dug out of the Moat that surrounds the Forbidden City. From here (so the guide book says) are fantastic views of Beijing ...