Super 8 (Beijing Daxing Huangcun)
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... the Chinese government's control as it is impossible to use facebook, google, instagram, snapchat etc. without a VPN because the government is banning all these sociale medias as they can't control the content. Even though I did know a bit about these restrictions before coming here it's kind of surprising anyway to experience it myself.
Tonight we are going to a kareoke bar and I'll bet that we have a very fun night in front of us and I can't wait to see Benson take it ...
... gymnasts who failed to get a medal ended up! There was lots of balancing, plate-spinning and various feats of athletic ability which definitely defied belief. I think the best moment however was when they got 5 motorbikes into one cage, all going upside down as Emily slowly had a heart attack beside me. After the show, it was a nice walk to the nearest subway station and then back home in time to try and sleep before the noise started up next door ...
I thought I'd update you all quickly on the last few days...sorry no pictures today. Hopefully tomorrow.
hard to believe that we are over half way through our trip and in the
back of my mind the count down has started. Part of me is really looking
forward to returning home, but there is a part that is thoroughly
enjoying this and could be very content to stay here.
have spent the ...
... though! Apparently, he was in town to promote Chinese investment in London and commented on the low transport costs (20p for a tube journey). Let's hope he takes that back to London. Just after leaving the palace, we saw that the Main Street outside had been closed off and waited in anticipation to see which important people would drive past. It was a bit of an anticlimax when professional cyclists sprinted by us in a flash. The Tour of Beijing was taking place. As if that wasn't ...
... buildings low, allowing largely uninterrupted views of the dome of the sky. No where to sit though and although being a public square is run by the government and you have to walk through security checks to get in and out, but good because its free and we like free stuff.
Walking through the square takes you to The Forbidden City, ringed by a 52m-wide moat at the very heart of beijing is Chinas largest and ...