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... have had in a long time! Saturday was an early morning, there was shopping to be done and the markets were waiting. We had a delicious breakfast of fresh bagels, cream cheese, and smoked salmon. After breakfast we hit up the market which was located under the subway near the technology museum. We spent the rest of the morning there. In fact we were there until 2. We had so many bags- we bought nock off purses, hunter boots, lulu, ...
... I nearly got hit by a bike followed closely by a bus as I attempted to cross the road on a green light. Gary is thinking of getting me one of those kids leads so that he can haul me back in when I'm not seeing the danger. To be fair though the bikes don't worry about the lights and because they are electric bikes you don't hear them. They also don't have any lights on, so give a girl a chance. We were relived to get our washing back from the laundry lady, as again our ...
... then finally our third train to Shanghai brought us to our final destination in China. We also took many subway trains, and a very, very fast train in Shanghai.
The train from Lhasa to Beijing is actually the highest train in the world with much of the journey being above 4,000m. We spent the days hanging out in the dinning cart drinking tea, playing games, and watching movies. We were very fortunate ...
... it took so effin long to find a taxi. We asked at least 6 in the vicinity of the train station to take us back to the dorm, but they wouldn't do it for whatever reason. We ended up walking another 20 minutes before we were able to catch a cab. It was almost worth the walking though to get in that cab and have the first song on the radio be SNSD's Gee. That was awesome. But holy cow, but that time I was feeling pretty awful. All the stress from yesterday was now going ...
... distractions by this point most mornings: more people dancing in silk pajama suits, plus old men flying kites, men and women alike dancing in pairs to traditional music, and hordes of people walking backwards. I'm not sure of the genesis of this last trend, but apparently the Chinese as a whole believe this is good for the health, because on any given morning, at least 15-20%25 of the people I see out for their morning constitutional are walking ...