West International Trade Hotel
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... date from the nation's nineteenth century proxy colonial period. Here we saw the concept of divinely-appointed royalty arising from a separate cradle of civilisation, and then the arguably unbroken concept, for over two millennia, of one Emperor; there may have existed opposition, decades of fragmentation, ages of the throne's impotence, yet the notion sustained and was permanent- there was rightfully one Emperor, and he was Emperor of China (there was one ...
... system is so small that it gets blocked and overflows with sewage which brings beijing to a halt as taxis do not like to drive and the roads are covered in water. When we asked why the government do not sort out this problem, our guide told us how china prefer to build skyscrapers as it is visible and shows their power- rather than sorting out a huge problem underground. Each government would have it on their agenda, let it slide down until they are removed from power ...
... have to." I snapped.
Later, I went to a different room for my back massage. When the guy was pinching his finger again my back, I freaked out a bit. I had no idea that I had so much tension in my body. After that, I fell asleep as he was message my back and shoulder. So relaxing.
Hours later, we took a cab to Sanlitun to eat at Element Fresh.
I ordered myself a carrot apple juice and a cobb salad. So good. It was so nice to relax after ...
... When she came back and those two girls weren't with her we were all pretty ****** at them. Some were a bit worried that they hurt themselves, but I was so so mad that we were stuck waiting for hours when that was my only day in Beijing. After a few long talks with her manager, the guide lady told us we were leaving, so we all got in the van. Only she hadn't thought to leave a note for these people when they eventually came back, so figuring that out took a while. Then this is ...
... louder than a Justin Bieber fan so our taxi driver thought something was wrong. He said "dklfna;owiern kjd l;kkjdf;oi ;oijoe ikj;iojeaf?!?!?!" And I pointed to the bus stop and yelled "WODA! WODA" "IT'S MINE! IT'S MINE!!" Yes sir, that whole freaking bus stop is mine! :)
-I have now been in China over 6 months! That seems so crazy to me! I'll be celebrating my half-way point in just a few days! Some things are getting easier while something are ...