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... complex of pavilions and gateways that eventually lead to the living quarters of the Chinese emperors. It is the most important real estate in China, and after thinking about it, I could see why. Even if their knowledge of the cosmos in 1420 was far less than ours today, pulling back from the central, imperial living quarters is much like the animations that pull back from Earth and show the expanding universe. This makes sense, because the Forbidden City was literally ...
... brim and buzzing that I felt like that. That said, it was great to see the venues where so much history was set and just to reminisce about our Olympics. The birds nest is still a fantastic venue, particularly from the outside, though the track looked a bit grubby! When the sun set and they turned the lights on for the outside of the venues, they looked incredible - they certainly didn't look tired when lit up. After our wander around the Olympic ...
... between the company I work for, and this key supply company. As I said on day 9, regular face to face contact is an essential part of doing business with Chinese companies, and this meeting proved to be exactly what both companies needed to reconfirm our commitment and friendship to each other.
I left the company with much hearty handshakes and photos, my young company representative came with me to a ticket booking agency to get a 6pm fast train ticket to ...
... girls staying in my dorm room were also heading to the marathon the next day! This made me Sooo much more comfortable, aside from having the awkwardness of getting up at 230am but also I had some company to be miserable with and make the dreaded walk to the hotel to catch the shuttle in the morning…if anything in this world is true it’s that misery loves company ha!
So catching a bit of restless sleep the 3 of us arose hours later in the wee hours of the ...
... you're reading this, then happy birthday for today too xx
Chantelle, hopefully you'll read this sometime, but we really hope that your move went well on Wednesday, and that the Ikea furniture you put up is still standing!!! Really pleased for you & we miss you loads xx
Mum & Dad, Ireland sounds fab, Lou, keep drinking the Mythos, it will help the Greek economy!!
Colleen, glad you're home where you should be too, and still ...