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Very relaxing in the heart of Beijing which easy to access
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We have just waved Bill off to the airport for his journey home. We will be catching a train tonight to Xi'an to see the Terracotta Army. Will be killing time for 4 hours as can't really do much as been raining since last night. Hope better weather in ...
... I actually started feeling so bad that I got sweaty and shakey.
The only thing I could think of was how to get back to the hostel asap. The
fact that it was about 34° outsice didn’t really help much. I searched my way
back to the metro and when I got out at the station near the hostel I felt like
throwing up L !!
It must have been that bloody sandwich since I didn’t eat something else. I had
the same experience in India 2 years ...
... vibrant area full of lights, bars and clubs with people from all walks of life. Last night we headed to Wu club, it was ladies night meaning it was free drinks all night. The music there was awesome, a mash of the newest hits and golden oldies. Sheisha and endless taxis at the end of the night were also a bonus - as well as toilet paper!
My favourite night so far was the Tuesday quiz night at The ...
... the show was great. The mind boggles when you see some of the positions and stuff the human body can do: one bloke standing on another's head with his own head and then climbing a ladder, playing keepy-uppy with umbrellas, balancing on a chair on one hand 4 meters above the ground, 12 girls on a bike at the same time. I mean its all completely useless but nonetheless incredible. The finale was 8 motorbikes in the same wall of death ball. ...
... eccentric fashion, it was a relief to find this little tea house on Emperor Street, and rest in an air-conditioned ornate tea room, complete with incongruous flat screens, karaoke consoles and cordless microphones ready to go. Being so close to the Number Three's heavily body-guarded place of residence would explain why later, when I was really embracing the karaoke session that ensued with vocal and gesticulate gusto, that the police and China's Number Three Leader's body guards ...