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... I kind of wanted one. So I put 30 Yuan in my pocket and set off to find myself a watch. A lady was showing my some watches that looked very nice. I selected one that was Armani (or so it said). She wanted 680 Yuan for it. I laughed and said all I had was 30 so she adjusted her price to 180 Yuan. I then repeated that all I had was 30. She then dropped it to 80. I still said no. She asked me my highest price and I said 30 so she said 50. I said no one last time and started to ...
... that our tour guide is a little controlling, tensions has been building as everyone else Is really laid back part from her, so we said something - as at the end of the day it is our holiday! This didn't go down well initially but I think she has realised and has chilled out a little. I think it is partly to do with the Chinese custom as we are lot more independent whilst Chinese tourists prefers to be told exactly what to do and when. One of the Norwegian guys, ...
... showed up. We found out that Jean fell asleep this morning since he was very busy with his other finals. Right before our professor showed up, Jean made it!
The Chinese exam was not that bad. I knew what I was doing shockingly! Right after my exam, I chilled in my room.
I decided to go to the Llama Temple because I wanted to see it before I left Beijing. That place is one of my favorite places to go in Beijing; it is very peaceful and beautiful. I took ...
... watches, bags, clothes and toys. Lots of western tourists were here and so prices of bags were exceptionally high and they didn't even seem interested in bargaining. Our final shopping stop of the day was the Pearl Market, which litterally started underground at the metro station. This was much better than the pearl market with small shops grouped by categories and selling higher quality ...
... in the world, at 400,000 square meters. It was built in 1415 during the Ming dynasty and has since expanded in size. All around the square are large old buildings covered in red flags. These buildings are now all museums. Towards the north end of the square is a monument. To get onto the square it is necessary to pass under the road via an underpass. Each of these underpasses has a long unorganised 'queue' to pass through a security check - so noone is allowed onto the square ...