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... going on but to be fair on her she kept it quiet until we got out of there (texture/consistency/fishy taste etc). Official day 1 of the tour started at 8:30am with a meeting in the hotel lobby with our tour guide and group, followed by a trip via rickshaw to the Hutongs. Hutongs are basically old traditional square courtyarded Chinese houses which now sell for £2,000/sqft, that's the same price as Chelsea! There used to be 36 of these districts and now only 1 remains as ...
Matthew and I had a great day exploring some different parts of Beijing. The Panjiayuan (Dirt) Market. The market was a very large outdoor market selling all sorts of wears. Matthew and I enjoyed noodles from a stand for lunch. Matthew has also learned to enjoy the squatty toilet :-) Matthew and ...
... out of control. Anything could happen. I can’t even text or use wifi. I’m just stuck and out of control.
So as you can see, genuine fear was dripping from my lips and onto the floor. I felt panicky. I was too afraid to go to sleep because I didn’t know if my stop was the last or if I’d have to wait for the station and get off before the train moved away again. I still don’t know. I reached destination A, managed ...
... one place, it offered to mail the post cards they sold. I decided to buy some post cards.
Afterward, we chilled at a coffee shop. Valentina and I got cappuccinos while Natasha got green tea. I was having difficulty connecting with the wifi on my phone until Natasha told me how.
We decided to catch a cab back to school. It was rush hour. Our taxi driver was getting grouchy with the traffic.
We arrived at campus.
I am off to clubbing with people tonight.
... excursion to the Badaling Great Wall. Unsurprisingly, this was one of our most eagerly anticipated trips, down to its history and iconic status. Sadly, getting tickets had also developed an iconic status also; notoriously difficult. We awoke at 5:30 in a bid to get to the station ASAP and therefore giving us the best chance for tickets. We arrived... Chaos. We were quickly thrusted into what I suppose was a "queue" but it was more like a mass of ...