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Whenever we set out on these long trips, I always view this day with mixed emotions. First, you are excited to start your journey. Second, I dread (maybe a little too strong) the ridiculously long flights that we typically take to get there. Today, we are flying non-stop to Beijing. This will take 12 hours 50 minutes, flying in coach on a Boeing 777 (nice plane). We will leave Los Angeles at 11:50 AM ...
... have a review. So that’s over and my boxers are put away.
Another stop or two. A game of Scrabble. I won that one. Dee came out with some interesting words. I think there is a bit of cheating going on there somewhere. One of the couples down the corridor has invited us to a corridor party. Great. Get a chance to meet some of the train.
I chanced a shower. It was freezing but told Dee it ...
Will and I met at 9.30am and caught the subway to Tiananmen Square to go to the For identity City. Beijing was horribly polluted with an index rating of 345, rated as 'hazardous' by the World Health Organisation. We spent about 4 hours going around the Palace. Unfortunately we missed the room of clocks, but some of the areas weren't open. We were stopped a couple of times by families and asked if they could have their ...
... because really all it is is 5000km of the same thing, truly when you've seen 1km, you've seen it all. On the way down the hill we decide to break out our negotiating skills at the market and buy some local goods. The question is, is cheap Chinese goods at the street market, the epitome of cheap Chinese goods? Yep, pretty much. Even their handicrafts have become factory made. Still the negotiating is authentic. I start with a mask for my office, the seller wants 250 so ...
... in China with respectively over 30% (of which 160 million, or 11% of the total population of the country, are Mazuists) and 18% of of the population adhering to them, thriving throughout the country as the government is allowing them to spread. Christians are 4-5% of the population according to various detailed surveys Between ...