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... for the bus… all of them dying to get out of the heat. Our bus was very full as
it was so the bus driver could only let a few people on causing the rest of the
crowd to get very angry and aggressive. We were at the end part of the bus so
we weren’t really involved but I could see a lot of people trying to jam
themselves into the bus and heard a lot of shouting. One man even open a window
from the outside and was shouting at the people inside to ...
... had come to LaTrobe in September/October) took us around the campus for a tour. It is such a beautiful campus, and absolutely huge. There are shops, 11 different dining halls, museums and more. At breakfast, Laura (our team leader) gave us our welcome packs, which included tokens for buying food at the dining halls that we can use (only 3 of them), a map, a lovely notebook and pen, and an updated itinerary. It was again very very cold, and we saw icicles on ...
... and I were left to our own devises I think that we would still be there trying to get out.
Our room at the hotel was stuffy and smelted bad, Geoff went and had a quiet word and we were given another room. This room smells better, brighter and its our home for the next 6 nights.
We went for a walk to explore Tienanmen square and the Forbidden City, then went and bought some groceries ...
... to do the whole section, but we not have time to see it all today" she says. "This section," she continued, " is 2.25 kms long and has 23 towers. The chairlift brings you to tower 1 and I suggest you put a timer to turn back after one and a half hours. That should be around tower 16." Puzzled, I inquired... "So we can't go to the top today?" "No, I'm sorry, this is half tour, you only go half way" "Whaaaaa? We will see about that" I muttered Darcy, catching my ...
Well arrived here in Beijing after a relaxing overnight train from Xi'an and not only was the train on time but about 15 minutes early. So at 0655am on a cold but sunny Saturday morning we set foot in the capital city of China. We've both been looking forward to this as obviously this is the political hub of the great emerging superpower. So since this is the largest station in Asia, we were expecting to be lost very soon, however it is very quiet, ...