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... now go outside without instantly sweating. We’ll have a few weeks of perfect, cooler weather now before it quickly takes a turn before the worst. Before you know it it’ll be -10 with terrible pollution. Once the state turns the heating on the use of coal, the main cause of pollution, will skyrocket. You can expect to get a frequent AQI (Air Quality Index) of 500 by then. An AQI of 300+ is described as, 'Hazardous – Health Alert: everyone may expect ...
... hawking mostly kites (how do they make money with that competition?) - we really liked it. It was a large walking boulevard with music and people gathering. The Birds Nest (stadium) and Water Cube (swimming stadium) were really cool.
I wasn't going to buy one of those darned kites and I said Boo Yao ("I don't want it!") at least 25 times - not joking. But as we waited with our guide Winston with ...
... to not call him because I had no phone to call him since being in China. He was happy to hear that I was doing well.
Then I called my friend Bri. When I did, she put me on speaker and my friend Sydney was there too. We talked for a few minutes until I had to go.
So far in China, I have realized that I should always to make sure to have a life. There will always be responsibilities there, but I can't forget to enjoy myself. Life is too short to not do so.
... br> The entrance is majestical and opens up to an internal atrium with grand staircases leading off in two directions, both with very detailed ornate handrails. There is currently a promotion for the basic rooms in the Hotel starting a $270aus but normal price for cheapest room is $320aus which is probably good value given the standard of Hotel and facilities.
Last stop was to Molly Malone's for a night cap. We expected it to be a typical Irish/English pub with smelly carpets ...
We had 4 days to explore the city of Beijing and wasted no time in getting started.
The first day we set out to see Tian'amen Square and the Forbidden City. It was a scorcher of a day hitting the high 20s and packed with Chinese tourists who were here for National Day on the 1st Oct. We fought the crowds with our elbows firmly out and took in the immense sights and history behind the square and the Forbidden City. It was amazing to see such an iconic building and the ...