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We are told that the traffic is so bad during the week cars with certain number plates cannot use the roads on particular days. Today we left at 9.00am for Tiananmen Square, famous for the uprising against Communism when the student stood in the path of the tanks. It covers approx 100 acres and was extremely crowded. There were many people around and we were told to watch our bags because pick pockets were around, we walked from one end to the ...
... great to catch up & we realised how much we miss him already, especially Andy as they’d become good mates.
After that we had set up a meeting with Helen from the Migrant Children, with another charity founder Tom, who we met last year from The Library Project. They swapped information & experiences with us over coffee which was really useful, then we all went onto an event for the Library Project, Beer for Books. Basically, you drink beer & ...
... a dolphin show so I was mesmerised...how they train them like that I have no idea! We laughed and gasped and clapped a lot, and Scott got to see the show he'd built up so much excitement for :)
Now I don't know if it was the fish that did it, but we decided on a plan of action for the evening involving a trip to a water-park. Remember when Beijing hosted the Olympics? Well the stadium and pool are still there....only they've converted the pool into ...
... of a walk but we did manage to get there and shop. We stayed a while and when we tried to get a cab, we were told that only 4 people were allowed in a cab at a time. That meant Isabelle and Jee had to leave before us and Lisa, Amandari and I had to get another taxi. The only problem was that taxi drivers would #1: not take us. or #2: not know where to take us (even with a map on the room key). Finally, we went to a hotel to hail a cab and thankfully the ...
... street catered to the western expats and for the bells we were in a basement nightclub dancing to Taio Cruz and Beyonce. Then there was some more drunken fun on the streets of Beijing when we finally decided to go back to the hotel which included ranting taxi-drivers, having a semi-domestic at McDonald's and chasing after a Madame who would only sell a "massage" to Dave but not to me.
So, no wonder I was nauseated ...