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... the scenery when we came across an outdoor gym- Oli's eyes lit up! As he went to test out his strength against the numerous top less old men, I watched a traditional dragon boat race take place. With the beating of the drum keeping the rowers in line I turned to see Oli trying his hand at some pulls up on the monkey bar- only to be shown up seconds later by a 70 year old man doing the hardest crossfit moves I have ever seen! (In his defence the guy was like Jackie Chan). ...
... purchased something. She told us they'd gone to the Super Store where she purchased a PRADA and her son loaded up with Louis Vuitton. I was so thankful that Rosalind was not interested in going to the Super Store. Even though I knew it was too late and the stores were closed, my wallet still got scared.
Another young man, Orlando, from San Antonio joined us with his new found Chinese girlfriend who spoke perfect English. Two ...
... tomb. The layout and arrangement of all the thirteen mausoleums are very similar, but they vary in size as well as in the complexity of their structures, but great attention was paid to the harmony and unity with nature, reflecting the philosophy ‘the unity of heaven and humanity’. The sight of the ‘wall’ and crawling to the top with my two wonderful brothers eased my “jade pain”. ...
... 8:52: I board the line 10 train towards Bagou. And by "board" I mean I squish and squirm my way onto a train which probably surpassed it's passenger limit 200 people ago. I throw my backpack and gym back on the ground in front of my feet. With this many people around, someone could easily snatch something out of my backpack if they tried hard enough. Besides, even were I not one of the tallest people around at any given moment here, I would still easily stand out in ...
... hours and I showed them my photos. It was late when I decided to hit the sack but not before taking Aprils number, who would be in Beijing for the weekend.
I clambered up to my third floor bunk and got some Kip.
I was up an hour before arrival to freshen up and greet whatever Beijing was going to throw at us.
After stoping, we are herded like cattle out the exit to the station grounds. Beijing. The crowds, the noise, the smell of food, the ...