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... in the long taxi line our little scammer found us and was still trying to persuade us to come with him. We stood firm and finally he gave up and left. But that was not the end of our taxi adventures as our official taxi driver did not speak a lick of english. We showed him the Chinese characters of our hotel and prayed that we were going in the right direction. Our google maps with GPS locator was not working so despite the fact we had the ...
... not go smoothly. Actually, quite the nightmare tour. Let's just leave it at that! The Forbidden City was magnificent! Spectacular! Now I want to read about it. The emperor and Mao thought they were all that! Here I am, on my flight home...I am so glad that I have again kept this blog. I have enough trouble remembering WHAT I did in one day, never mind trying ok recapture the thoughts and feelings and actual moments in time! So...in ...
... group. We're travelling and sightseeing in 2bus groups-much more manageable with smaller groups. Quite a hot day today, the sun was out making it even hotter. Smog level was 200, people being encouraged to stay indoors. Didn't affect any of us. We had one sicky yesterday ( Beijing belly!) but after a good detox and rest, all good today. Where did we have lunch? Yes, you guessed it, a Chinese restaurant! ...
... boiled first.
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4. China is strict on drugs.
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... past couple of months trying to think of a very clever, witty, breathtaking line I would drop to woo her. What came out was more of a uttering stumble "eeEYyyy, alright..!" with an awkward hug type thing that didn’t really work because of what I am referencing as “the luggage barrier”. It was a little bit surreal as I took a look around at the small crowd of Chinese spectators dissecting this American PDA. Usually I would shy ...