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... ignore them and drive directly at pedestrians from anywhere !!!!
... 8217;t surprised that I needed to move out of the way because a car was driving down the sidewalk, like something out of a Jason Bourne movie. No one gives a **** here and I’m glad I don’t have to waste my time driving. Glad I’m not stuck in traffic...I mean, being the traffic. Walking around and taking the metro was my exercise today, feet and legs are killing me. And after playing soccer with some random Chinese bros I’m ...
... ride back down from the mountains I could not picture myself doing anything better that day.
We left Beijing on the famous Maglev train. A train that literally flies down the track over a magnetic track at over 300 km/h cutting the time down to 5.5 hours. Coolest thing ever. This train however, is double the price of the overnight train, and we didn’t mind paying for it since we wanted to see the Chinese countryside during the day. Little ...
Anyway transitioning from the scramble up the greasy pole to the sedentary pace at which my beard grows is not easy and the initial days in Shanghai are a hectic route march through the suffocating humidity accompanied by jet lag, the usual traveler issues and a few minor debates on the correct directions. Fortunately we could always give Judith Chalmers (aka P. West and his ...
... a lot of pearls inside; baroque in shape. Then she brought out a salt water oyster and opened it up; it had only one pearl inside, but it was rounded and of much better quality.
We then looked around the shop at the different pearl necklaces, earrings and bracelets. There was a wide variety of different types of pearls, all of different quality according to how much you wanted to spend. Some necklaces started at only about £20.00 and went up ...
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