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... area) that night.
Sanlitun seems to be a pretty fun area, with lots of bars. Unfortunately it doesn’t get very busy on Fridays. We started off at a bar that offered really good prices, but which interpreted cocktails as being shots… The next one was a lot better, but was more like a restaurant. Eventually we asked a group of girls where we should go. The recommended the Worker’s Stadium, but it was a 15-minute taxi ride away. Since we were pretty tired and ...
... just to see the highlights of the city. Exiting through the back gate we were assailed by street sellers one guy had a book on the Forbidden City for 60 yuan (about £6) by the time I got to the bus stop it was 20 yuan. We took the bus to the Temple of Heaven, Maria took us into a buffet restaurant, but we had to leave as the smell was upsetting the veggies. We had coffee an biscuits instead. Onward to the Temple ...
... head South in order to make the most of my China visa (I could potentially stay until 17th January). Then I may carry on into Lao, Thailand and Myanmar's land boarder, that was only opened for unlimited land travel in September 2013. I've been told by more than one person that now is the time to visit Myanmar, as it's still unspoilt by the backpacker trail, as it's just opening up. I guess it will be people like me that will westernise it. Alternatively, I could ...
... on a high price. When Kenyeta told her she could buy a real Louis Vuitton in the US and the sales lady told her that her wallets were almost real. I had another lady do te same thing for a paper cut but when I tried to walk away the lady grabbed my arm and I ended up practically dragging her out of the store. I ended up buying a shirt, hair pin, hat and paper cuts. Afterwards we dropped people off at the temple of heaven but it wasn't even open. The rest of us went to ...
... of ska
music are you into?”
While BNU hosted us in an initiative
handled by a college office, our visit to Peking was handled by a
student volunteer who had casually mastered English even through his
graduate school emphasis was on advanced Japanese language. Feeling
stupid? You should be. Peking University is an older campus with
ancient architecture, winding stone paths, and a simply incredible
background of trees and stone cliffs. Imagine ...