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... road structure, subway system, etc. was put in for the Olympics. after the Olympics, the athletes village was sold as housing. 3. One car, one child, one dog is the rule. You can have two children but have to pay huge fine. 4. Average size of apartment is about 500 square feet. Our guide lived with his parents in a 100 square foot apartment. 5. The boys are responsible for the parents. If he marries, he becomes responsible for the brides parents too. 6. To get a ...
... Olivia, Lindsay, and I walked over to the TBC office to drop off some items there. Then, we walked to the subway station to go to Sanlitun. I was so grateful to Bethany for telling me about an Indian buffet called Ganges.
When we walked to the mall with Ganges, there were displays of cartoonish displays. Thankfully, Olivia knew where we were going. We found the restaurant Ganges.
The place was so nice inside! The waiter handed us the drink ...
... money. Decisions, decisions.
I've also been to a kareoke bar with Lucy, Mr. Cao, Mr. Chen, Mrs. Chen, Samantha and this other girl, which was great fun but I definitely embarrassed myself. They made me go first and picked Beat It by Micheal Jackson as Lucy had seen me do it at the chinese medicine man's house the week before, but again I killed it. They then for some reason thought I would know Gangnam Style and made me sing that, which again was awful. ...
... space for 2 dancers and their drinks! The rest of the bar and punters had to conduct their business from an ice box on the pavement outside, but at £1 a Cuba Libre or Mojito, you can't complain!! Great night, good people and we were probably saved from a monumental hangover by the bar not having room for a toilet, so an early escape back to the hostel ended the night. In reflective mood, we decided to just chill out following on from the previous nights excess and just take ...
... the Forbidden City being so crowded last time I visited, this time we were rubbing shoulders with people and unfortunately it wasn't as enjoyable. It is still a must to visit if you make your way to Beijing but maybe turn up first thing in the morning!
We really enjoyed the Summer Palace as the numbers of people dropped once you got away from the main sites. We loved wondering around the lake with its weeping willows and Chinese bridges. ...