Somerset Zhongguancun Beijing
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... this time of the year. We deceided the Chinese have to be at number 1 as the sightseers. To join in with the millions we flipped out our camera and started snapping away. Moving forward we entered the Forbidden City for the price of 6 pounds. Not too bad considering it is Beijing's number 1 highlight. The crowds were immense and the Chinese are very noisy indeed. Not too good for sensitive ears :) Afterwards we walked into Jingshan Park for ...
... dropped me off. Ada had to get my train tickets so she could exchange our return ticket for Sunday instead of Monday. After she left with her father, I then went to the underground grocery store to some noodles and snacks for our train ride tomorrow. Now I have to pack.
The good news of the day is that I will have a job at another school waiting for me on Monday. I will have no time to prepare, but beggars can't be choosers.
... down my local who likes to bust these dance moves out once he's had a couple. We move on to other bars one with a Chinese band singing Abba & a sports bar to catch the end of the footie, then home.
Day trip to the Great Wall of china, maybe we should have woken up before 10am. Oh well, we've also decided to cut our time short in Beijing and head to xian to see Terracotta Warriors. We need to organise how to get to the Wall & xian journey the next ...
There are very few feelings as wonderful as arriving in a new place. The more exotic the better!
I think sensing the vibe of a new place is my favorite part of traveling. I love that feeling of wandering around, slightly lost and completely bewildered until the vibe of the city permeates my soul and I become one of the masses. I love figuring out the location of a hotel, a good place to eat and the way around on local transport. The feeling ...
... weirdly-shaped mushrooms. But very cool. The olympic pool building was also really cool because the design was supposed to imitate bubbles on water. Actually, I'm just making that up, but that's what it looks like.
This was our last day in Beijing before going to Chengde (though we returned for a day afterwards), home of the mountain resort (for the emperor, not for tourists!).
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