Shindom Inn Beijing Taoranting
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... meaning is asymptotically reduced to zero.
If I were to drop dead here, it would not even cause a ripple. Efficient, trained hands would remove my body through hidden doors, and the multitudes with selfie sticks would keep moving, pushing and crowding.
So opening this Forbidden City has not changed the status for this country boy. I look over the crowds to the sky which is slowly clouding. I see the pagoda on the hilltop outside ...
... work for two days and came hiking through the mountains with us ;).
Getting to the Tiger Leaping Gorge was as easy as booking a bus ticket and sitting on the bus for 2 hours. We hopped off the bus, went to buy a ticket and realised that there is a clear benefit when you are in a country where they cannot speak English: giving someone your Australian drivers licence and asking for student price will actually get you ...
... and wished her and Sun well and then retreated to the comfort of my room.
I sat in the room for a few hours writing until my stomach forced me back out into post apocalyptic Beijing in search of food. My feet had really had it at this point and I stopped by the front desk to ask about a restaurant recommendation and the possibility of a nearby spa for a massage. As I was waiting I overheard another guest asking about massage as well. ...
... directions from Bethany. I was going to head one way, but Natasha insisted on going a different way.
We followed her way and we were so lost over an hour. So, we returned to our starting point and went my way. We found the building!
Then, we entered the salon. So happy! Natasha first checked out the shopping section. I asked the worker about dying my hair.
Dying my hair is ...
... bring us wherever we wanted as long as we would ignore the fact that they don't turn the meter on.
Luke and I got a lift from the headmistress' husband who drove both my Chinese Buddy and me to our Hotel, which was very close to the School.
The Chinese traffic is unlike anything I've seen before, since it makes the traffic I previously experienced in Cairo seem tame, even regulated. Oh and no one ever heard of seatbelts or helmets. It is definitely something to ...