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... took off to the heart of Beijing. We drove for some time, and after one turn around he pulled up alongside an alley way. He pointed to our paper with the address, then pointed down the dark alley, then printed the reciept for our fare. Confused, since we couldnt see anything resembling a hostel, Tess pointed to the address again. The driver repeated his motions and laughed, we paid and got out, standing on Ghost Street in Beijing staring down an ominous looking alleyway with ...
The train was very modern and not so rattley so when got off didn't feel as wobbly as other trains. All staff were female so naturally the train and toilets stayed very clean throughout the journey! Unfortunately due to border crossings the dining car shut at 6pm so we didn't get chance to eat. Luckily we had lots of snacks to keep us going. The bogie change took 4 hours so spent time watching carriages being lifted off so they can be changed. Due to lack of being able to get off if ...
... awake for class. She was actually up and ready. I left to get a chicken wrap outside my dorm.
The French-Lebanese guy Jean transferred into my Chinese class. "Wow Jean." I said. "You gave me the whole shame speech about not doing intensive. You went off about doing it all and going off as being above me."
Olivia then jumped in, "Okay, yeah. We were bad for giving you the shame speech."
Jean tried to defend himself. Whatever. Shame ...
... Ding, and looked at me saying "Cheers Carl" just loud enough and with enough peer pressure that I buckled and downed it. Ding dong game over. *******. The rest, as they say is history, and a blur of Gam bei, karaoke and Kung-Fu dancing to the Black Eyed Peas.
Needless to say that the following morning Qigong session at 7am looked more like a scene from Shawn of the Dead. An incredible end to a fabulous 2 weeks; I shall miss you all.
... like Cornwall, but Cornwall has never seen or heard the like of the motorbikes and rickshaws which deafen and nearly kill you. But the lake is beautiful, especially at sunset and sunrise, with bathing ghats used by the locals.
At Pushkar, we were blessed by a Brahmin priest, a lovely ceremony which was a bit spoiled by him not being very impressed by how much money we were donating to the poor and demanding more; We liked the hippy ...