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... It's all been exciting stuff so far and it's started to really sink in just how lucky I am to have this opportunity to travel. I'm not sure how long my money will last and how far I will get but I'll certainly do my best to keep the trip going as long as I possibly can. The world is a mighty big place and I aim to enjoy as much of it as possible in the short time we have on this beautiful planet of ours.
Stay safe all and speak soon.
... at Sanlitun was not shocking since they were actually products from the foreign brands.
I decided to take taxi back to school. When I got in, the driver said she knew where my school was. However, I quickly realized that she had no idea because she drove into areas I did not recognize. She then snapped at me with questions. I called the Chinese roommate Stephanie and had her talk to the driver. I heard Stephanie said, "Ta shi mei guo ren (He is American)." The driver ...
Some customs are very easy to pick up; table manners (none), traffic rules (hardly any), personal space (not existing), and of course spitting on the street and littering. But it must be a complicated society. The country has been ruled by an emperor for so many centuries and now communistic with a mix of Confucianism, Buddhism and Taoism. All the different ethnic groups. Very fascinating.
We extended our stay in Beijing with a few days. There ...
... slows right down and causes a concertina effect but until we caught up to the old guy getting way too intimate with the brake lever we were having a blast.
My patience well and truly deserted me fairly early on in the week and sometimes for reasons that needn't even exist. Wherever I go I try to email my mum back in the UK just to let her know where I am. She knows that I'm fine, but I haven't seen the (not so) old dear in almost three years. Something I've come to appreciate ...
... 980 meters (3,220 ft) above sea level.