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... and, if I'm honest, left me feeling slightly cold. It's an impressive concrete plain with impressive statues and monumental buildings. But, ... 1989! Mao's Mausoleum sits at the centre and is a place of pilgrimage for many Chinese people. However, it is necessary to get there by 6am to see his pickled corpse. Although I'd quite like to have collected the whole set of preserved communist leaders (Ho Chi Minh in Vietnam), I couldn't be bothered to get up that early for a man who ...
... I ordered the sweet lassi, which was a yogurt drink. For the buffet, there were very good options and the quality was so good. We were served with pita bread too.
Eating that Indian meal made me miss Mohini and Bethany because they were so adventurous. I remembered how Mohini would always make curry and talk about her Bend it like Beckham Indian mother. She would always tell me that I needed to check out India.
Bethany was on my mind too ...
... tomorrow. The trek back is significantly longer.... Queue for Tiananmen square was now trailing all the way back onto a 4 lane motorroad. Looks very slow moving too and it's nearly 11. Well worth crawling out of our pits at half 7. ****it off....No Deadmao's for us We decide to go to the National museum of China which is an absolutely giant building, and has the most stringent security policy so far. Not even lighters allowed. That done we set about exploring, adding to ...
Hello from Sarah and Simon! Our first official post from overseas!
We boarded this plane at Sydney..
.. and we have made it safe and sound to Beijing Airport. Was a great flight. This is our view of the wing on sunrise:
We walked down one of those stair things off the plane and onto an airport bus into the terminal.. was a different experience!
Being so early the airport felt so dead!
At the moment we are sitting
in a lounge area ...
... pray for the emporer (it's a little depressing how much I rely on a dictionary and/or spellcheck). The main building is iconic China as it is a 3 story structure that uses no cross beams and no nails, and was a wonder of its time. Otherwise in the park we saw a lot of different groups of retired people playing various bat and ball or keepy uppy style games. There was also a 40 odd group of people doing zumba type fitness amongst the trees. After this we went to the ...