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... world, and have been for the past decade.
Tension is bound to mount when too many first generation drivers with a horn, an overrated sense of accomplishment, and a lack of regard for street hierarchy, cruise on streets already crowded with rickshaws, pedicabs, scooters, motorbikes, bicycles, strollers, wheelchairs and pedestrians. There are 5 million cars in Beijing and the other 17 million people are yelling "Bi Zui!" (Shut Up). ...
I woke up excited and ready for a big day seeing the sites of Beijing. I went downstairs to the bar where they serve food and I was so unbelievably grateful for the western food! I chose porridge with banana and it was truly delicious, and so warming as its a little chilly even in the hostel! I met a lovely Canadian girl called Katie, and we decided to head to Tian'anmen square together. We took the metro, which is only 20p per journey!! What a joke, so so ...
When first walking outside my dorm, Sleepy Hallow came into my mind. So gloomy outside and I feared a headless horseman around the corner. A second later, I remembered that it was just smog.
I walked to get my chicken wrap, but the workers were gone due to the holiday coming up and most of the Chinese students went home already. Luckily, there was one cook still opened. I got a chicken wrap.
For Chinese class, my professor came in and ...
... to face the guy. He said I was being very disrespectful. I didn't move and just looked at him and after a pause he said if I paid 100 more they "would pay the rest".
It wasn't worth getting beaten up over 20quid, so I tossed another 100 on the table, the waitress moved out of the way, and I walked out of there without a word.
If you've ever heard of the teahouse ceremony scam, then this was basically a version of this, where they just charge ...
... us and pushes us along. The sky is clear and the sun drops below the mountain to our right. Ahead of us we can see Beijing in the mountain opening. We pause and take all kind of photos. A good number of our group makes it to the top and we take photos of them as they pose at the tower. Finally, after we catch our breath at the exertion and the scenery, we head down. Of course, going down is not a piece of cake since we’re dealing with ...