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... br> We so far have visited:
Olympic Stadium (Birds Nest)
We have reviewed both in this post! Birds Nest is beautiful and has a great feeling around it! It really is a definate to visit whilst in Beijing!
For now its goodnight and tomorrow we will travel to the famous Tianamen Square and Forbidden City before seeing what bargains we can nick at the night market in the evening.
India & Nathan ...
... them to dessert, where I got to have the "Super mango ice rain". This shaved ice dessert was delicious! I felt much better after really missing Mama's cooking, and even missing the dining hall food.
On Saturday my friends and I went to check out the Zoo Market, which is not at the zoo but near it. This market was mostly clothes, and I didn't really like it there. You would not believe how many clothes there are. I bet if we put the same effort ...
My first time bargaining. Got ripped off, but oh well. It was a great learning experience on how to bargain better.
This morning, I had to get some paperwork straighten out. Following that, Nick brought me dumplings and a drink for lunch. He was very nice to do so.
As I was returning to my room, I ran into Karena, Sara, and Stephanie. They were planning to go to the Silk Market. I asked if I could come since I had nothing to do. They said yeah.
... few Europeans evident at all - never mind tour groups.
We were met in Beijing by Andy (Chen Yen Tao), one of our Chinese sons, who was a former student of mine in Yi Gao. Andy and I were very good friends when he was a student and we took him to Beijing for a holiday during the summer school vacation in 2006. Andy spoke of it quite a bit when we met him and feels it was a big factor in his decision to work in Beijing.
Andy is a tourist guide and he ...
... sorts - if you've seen Mulan, you get the idea. However, with the changing in politics, economics, and growth most of these wealthy people have fled, died, or moved. Now they are divvied up and the lower class builds makeshift homes leaving little but alleyways where once a beautiful garden. Poor. Dirty. They have running water outside but share a neighborhood bathroom and shower! AHSUAHD, not to be closed minded, but i can't even imagine that! I guess ...