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... world, and have been for the past decade.
Tension is bound to mount when too many first generation drivers with a horn, an overrated sense of accomplishment, and a lack of regard for street hierarchy, cruise on streets already crowded with rickshaws, pedicabs, scooters, motorbikes, bicycles, strollers, wheelchairs and pedestrians. There are 5 million cars in Beijing and the other 17 million people are yelling "Bi Zui!" (Shut Up). ...
... act was brilliant! Soothing classical music and we felt rather classy. But things soon became suspicious when we spotted a little boy about four years old dressed in a caterpillar costume standing next to us... Words cannot do justice as to what happened next... Loads of 4 year old kids ran on stage dressed as woodland creatures and hid between the members of the orchestra... Worst of all they started speaking over the orchestra playing. We agreed ...
... after looking at my characters. My stomach started growling and I just felt in the mood for Korean. I walked outside of west gate to eat at Asian Fusion to order a kimichi bibimbak.
After lunch, I went to the lounge. A few people were there just chilling. Nini and I talked for a bit.
Later, I met up with Natasha and Olivia to do our own random adventure. I decided to pick the subway station Liangmaquia to explore its area. The best ...
... the beautiful yet sad ruins. Each area had its own history to tell, and we spent time contemplating many of them. We were there all day and didn't even get to see everything-- that's how big this park is. There is even a surprising bust of Victor Hugo.
However, even though we only went to one site, we were all quite exhausted afterward. We took a bus back to the hotel, grabbed a quick and simple dinner at ...
... We just couldn't figure out how to get across the street which was made up of 14 lanes of crazy traffic... Specific people were hired just to control it. We found stairs that lead you underground so you can walk underneath the road to get to the other side which I thought was cool! We had to go through a lot of police checks around the fobidden city where they would ask certain people to check their ID... I have no idea what for! And we also needed ...