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... watching onlookers trying to have a go themselves you could tell there was some skill to it. We did see one very very cute littlelin whizz and twizzle her ribbon on a stick with a face of pure intense determination- only 2/3 she's got her career already sorted. She gave Laura and I much joy to watch- she was just so sweet. Have to say at this point all babies so far have been near edible, especially that up to the age of 3/4 they have ...
... descending for a very long time, and I still couldn't see any buildings. I thought the cloud that day must just be quite thick, and low. Eventually I was able to make out some shapes below and realised we were indeed already very close to the ground. Also, everything I could see was VERY hazy, as if completely covered in dust. I actually don't think I'm exaggerating too much when I ...
... to the Hutongs. The Hutongs are the old quarters of Beijing and many of them have been transformed into small shopping and food lanes. We liked the mix of new and old, food and shops. On our way back we experienced first hand a typical Beijing traffic congestion (the bus took about 15 min for the first kilometer). It's a bit like in Switzerland when you drive your car to Zurich in the morning and wait in front of the Gubrist Tunnel.
The next day we sent some 17 kg of cloth, ...
... 5 miles for 50p in total!! Hello Ti'aneman Square! I remembered seeing pictures of this place on the news as a child when the students were protesting. It was huge and I can imagine very impressive when there is a huge performance or display but there were numerous people milling around, like us taking photos. One lovely moment was when a Chinese guy, obviously on his holidays came up to Peter and asked if he could have his photo taken with ...
August 3rd. 12:30 AM.
I am rollerblading in the park, taking a photograph with a middle school student when I realize how badly I am going to miss Beijing. I'm not sure why it strikes me so clearly at this moment--something about it being one of those rare nights where the moon is both full and visible--but all of a sudden it feels like I don't want to go home; like the time I have left here isn't enough. The past six weeks feel like a chapter I ...