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... the girl to guess what my picture of a washing machine was! No, they didn't have laundry facilities. Off we set down the narrow alleys of the Dongcheng District. We had to keep our wits about us because, as became clear throughout the day, Beijing is full of electic motorbikes. Like (but not as often as) Vietnam etc they often ride on pavements or the wrong way. As we walked we kept our eyes peeled for places to eat with an English menu. We walked along way to get to ...
... that was just grass and bushes gets developed within two years. Just arrived at the hotel. Wifi is really strong so we can watch some telly on the iPad tonight hopefully. . Hotel looks ok for £19. Gone from a rock hard bed to a ultra soft bed! Our backs have only just gotten used to the hard! We are going to have a shower and head out for food, look around and try book our trip to terracotta warriors for tomorrow. Lauren and ...
... but nonetheless it made me feel like dancing,
even thoug I don’t have the moves :p
There I was, I exited on the complete opposite side of the park, so now I had
to find my location on the map... which I didn’t have ha ha J No point of assking
any Chinese guy, since they have even less sence of orientation than me! I
consulted my inner compass and started walking. I actually really enjoyed
walking back to the subway station as ...
More than once in my dream, a big plane is flying high above my head. I could see it and think if only it would take me away to somewhere else.
Today comes the day when a 330 Aircraft will take me nonstop to Dubai, where I will catch up another plane to Nairobi, the new land where I am supposed to stay for two years. Neither the plane is very big nor the destination is what I want most.
It's a sunny chilly February day ...
... happened to be New Year!
New Year in Beijing is an experience! On New Year’s Eve the place is manic until around 8pm when it goes completely dead as people enjoy their New Year’s meal. This is the calm before the storm because from about 10pm the fireworks start and then at midnight the city is under fire. It’s like living in a war zone there isn't an organised firework display and everyone does their own thing and the sky is ...