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... about the three "Ts" - Taiwan, Tibet, Tiananmen - as guides are told by the Government they are not allowed to discuss these!!!). We visited a local VIPs house in the Hutong, he is a champion cricket trainer (yes as in the bug!!!). The Chinese use them to gambling over which cricket will win a fight, bit like horse racing for us I guess. Then we walked to the top of Jingshan Park for an amazing 360 degree view of the city at night. This evening went for first noddles and ...
... so much for luggage allowance now. Many bought them here as they had seen them in markets but no where near same quality. Last stop for day was to travel to Hutong Village, traditional Chinese village for lunch made by a family. Bus got caught in gridlocked traffic on the way , cars were double parked, and bus was met with 2 lanes of oncoming traffic, was crazy, cars trying to squeeze past parked cars and the bus, we would have sat there without moving for 45 mins. Finally made ...
... 8221; in the lobby who uses the English name “Tyler”. We also met our “Beijing Guide” who uses Melinda as her name. China Spree Tours uses two guides. The national guide is our permanent guide taking us from city to city and assisting the local guides as needed. His other job is to keep us safe. He must have told us a hundred times to watch our step or to be careful crossing the street. We came to really enjoy Tyler ...
... week or so what I had been up to, what I liked, what I didn't, and it helped me to remember my time better.I’m also very blessed to have such wonderful extended family back home. Special thanks Uncle Pete for messaging me every week or so, and Nanna for your emails, I felt so loved even when I was so far away. Out of sight, not out of mind it seems, and I am so grateful for that.
I really am struggling to put into words exactly how ...
It was worth it. I met up with Caroline (the friend I ran into last week from my dorm at Stanford) and we went to Sanlitun, which is a very Western and trendy part of the city. No one stared at me here either. Westerners crowded the various clubs, bars, and fancy cafes along the street near SOHO. One side of the road we walked on was essentially these eateries and bars, while the other side was an enormous mall-like area with everything from Puma to Apple to ...