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... facts including how many rooms - apparently heaven has 10,000 rooms and the emperor is the son of heaven so he needed 9,999.5 rooms, not quite heaven but close. While in the Forbidden City we had the experience of feeling very foreign - it is summer holidays over here and many country Chinese are in Beijing for their holidays. Some apparently have never seen Westerners because we were asked twice to have photos with them. No doubt we will make good talking points when they ...
... for customs, Passports and sniffer dogs. The Mongolians seemed a lot more friendly.
Managed to sneak to a shop and stock up before the border with Cereal and Milk and a bottle of Vodka. I had to !. Once we were at the Mongolian check point the Vodka opened up and that was it. The rest is a Blur.
Vodka with apple juice in the heat on a train is not a good idea.
We went for a ...
... to confirm that my password did not work, remarkable. He then offered to reset it for me so I could use my highly developed out of office tools. After a period on hold and some huffing and puffing he came back telling me that he could not reset my password and I would have to wait for the UK to get out of bed in eight hours’ time. So much for International Rescue.
The meeting passed without undue criticism praise or order writing ...
... of all, because the campus is so big, it took us probably a half hour just to find our way out of campus and to the correct subway entrance. Once inside, SHOCKING: the communication barrier strikes again. We were trying to buy subway passes that would allow us to used the subway 20 times while we are here, but of course the worker spoke no english. One member of our group argued with her over money for a good ...
... China town in Los Angeles where she lives, still left as if she had learned so much about the real Chinese way of life.
That’s the thing with China. Its’ so diverse and always changing. The history is rich and the future is bright. Sometimes it dazzles and frustrates, other times it’s peaceful and grand. Visit China once, or even twice - as we have, but there will always be a reason to come back.