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... privates quarters.
There were many visitors in the park as it was the end of the National Holiday Week. We boarded one of many boats that transport visitors across the lake. When we reached the other side, we saw the “Marble Boat” (A large monument in the water.) Next we walked along the “Long Corridor” (728 yards long) that is brightly painted with scenes from important stories from the Chinese culture. As ...
... WAITING. It was really a "who is faster" game. Even if you were standing right front of the door, about one foot from it, someone would find a way to push you and take your already spotted place. Like with me today, I have been robbed. A woman, coming out of nowhere, stole my toilet which I was about to enter. I could not believe it. And the worst, the one thing I will never forget is how ...
... Oh wait. You don't like that word."
"I don't like it because it got overused." I said.
"You and Niaya are such foodies!" Emi screamed. "Wait, Niaya is all about bread."
NIaya was laughing and went off explaining her love for bread. Emi and I interrupted her and told her that bread is not that nutritious. Niaya's jaw dropped. Then, we got into a discussion about the food pyramid.
... are at a really nice Chinese restaurant and then headed to a kong fu show. It was so good. Literally the strength of those guys I swear isn't even human! Really interesting to see. Got a 7am start which will seem like a lie in compared to today! Had a really good day, Beijing is another great city!
I would also like to add I used my first non-western toilet today! I bottled it at the Great Wall and found another loo but at the theatre there was simply no option!
... was to get a quick look at Mao Tse Tung in his mausoleum but about 5 million Chinese people had the same idea so I refused to stand in line. Instead I stood in the middle of Tianamen Square, the 3rd biggest inner city plaza worldwide, where the famous Freedom protests took place 23 years earlier. Moving on into the Forbidden City, I tried to follow Magnus' advice to take the West route through the huge property since all tourist groups are starting eastwards. I was ...