Beijing Zi Long Hotel
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... of town. Anyway this neighbourhood did provide us with a very successful shopping trip at the 'Shard Box Store'. Now quite a few presents are coming from here so I'm not going to divulge in the magic behind it all, but feel free to have a look online if you would like. We swiftly left this area of high rise buildings, hassling fake bag sellers and expats/embassy workers and went back to Dongsi. Feet up for a bit while we started to put together our parcels to send home ...
... prosperity gap between peasants working on farms in the countryside and city dwellers was similar, creating a similar glut of available labour as many moved to the cities in search of opportunity, security and health.
The earlier observations about this businessperson's success but also the possibility that he has indirectly contributed to the much publicized problem of construction worker maltreatment in the region to me basically highlight the need for better ...
After my nap, I walked down to the underground store to get some ramen bowls for dinner and some snacks. This time I got lime flavored potato chips. They had totally different flavors than they had last time.
After I ate my ramen, I worked on getting my computer's internet connection to work. I went back and forth between my computer and Tania's to get the same settings for the ...
... the same back home and I truly appreciate the change! After their cigarette they put their head on the table and fell asleep! Fair play to them.
The next day we negotiated the subway (or should I say Peter did and I followed) and bus. En route we passed some wonderful characters. The most memorable was an elderly couple I would guess in their seventies. The 'wife' was slowly pedalling the trike carrying her wizened husband and his very impressive lengthy white ...
... walk the whole wall, but it would take forever I'm sure. Our trip was a bit rushed. We arrived at 10:30 and had to be back down to the bus at 12:30. Although I suppose if you see one section of the wall, you are not really missing out on the rest since it all looks the same. The best part of the trip (besides seeing one of the wonders of the world!!!) was riding a slide down; yes THE GREAT SLIDE OF CHINA. It was so fun!!! You sit on ...