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... even in the rush hour. Getting the tickets was bit of a dance moving backwards and forwards through security screens a couple of times, but we got them and headed to the summer palace gardens for the day. First laid out and built in the 18th century an Anglo-French army kindly demolished a great deal of the buildings in 1860 in a battle, but in the last, mad excesses of the Qing dynasty the nasty old Dowager Empress expropriated vast funds intended for developing China's navy, ...
... with a French girl, a Mongolian woman and a Chinese woman. International but no disputes. Had far too much food for a 29 hour trip and especially as breakfast and lunch were provided on the Chinese side. The scene was so totally different in China come morning thanthe scene in Mongolia the day before. Lots of crops, towns, houses, big rocky mountains, rivers and streams. And, very industrialised - power lines everywhere. And in Beijing --- people, people, people. And ...
After getting back from my trip on Friday afternoon, I was craving some more familiar foods. I went to McDonald's for lunch and got an ice cream cone, and later that night, I went to dinner with some friends from church. Kif and her teenage daughter Isabel live on the same campus as me, and they brought me to an underground restaurant on campus that sells Western food. We had spaghetti (with a fork!) and Hawaiian pizza. It was very nice to eat some Western food again. ...
... you are really sensitive. While they were technically gluten free, so is cardboard, and may have tasted only slightly better. My first meal was boiled chicken, boiled potatoes, and boiled carrots. Yup, that's it. Oh ya, with a rice cake and margarine on the side. That may have been the best part. Aaron, on the other hand, had fried fish and rice noodles in a nice sauce with green beans and carrots. He said it was pretty good. I was envious but optimistic that the next meal would ...
... bate him with window banging and sayings of "don't be scared, don't cry, I'm right here, come here let's have a fight". Most retarded thing about that is, he lost face by backing down. In front of other Chinese people I took his manhood by making him afraid. Had we stood there and shouted at each other, no one would've been perceived the winner. SOLUTION-queue, don't push, there are 1.3billion others in your country, it can be nice being civil sometimes. Or ...