Hotspring Holiday Inn Beijing Moon River
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... on their feet, hands and mouth and 14 men on motorbikes doing patterns inside a comparatively small mental ball, crazy stuff!! The Pearl Market: a six floor market which sold all sorts of things from electrical goods to pearls, as well as a floor dedicated to souvenirs. We spent most of our time there on the ground floor bargaining for electrical goods. Emma, an Irish girl in our vodkatrain group was extremely good at bargaining and got us all some good deals, I think the ...
... because of the difference between America and China regarding what's aloud to be said in public and what’s not. The Forbidden City was a very large area which incorporates amazing and creative structures inside. I learned how much power the emperor had back then and how he lived a very ravishing and comfortable life style.
As well as seeing different attractions in China I also learned how difficult it is ...
... that has been heavily restored but in a safe good way, we got the train to the town then a cable car to the top of the hill, it stretches for miles and it is very impressive considering the building started over 2000 years ago, some parts are very steep going over mountains and through ravines, on the way down the section we were at it was very steep with a 2km downhill walk to the exit about halfway down and on a steep part Helen slipped and fell on ...
... first thing we looked at was a small and I mean small elephant figure. The price said 43 so I am calculating in my head what it would be... Only it was in US dollars. That set the tone for the rest... Everything was so expensive that we all left with nothing.
Tonight we met up with Morgan at a Kung Fu show. The whole show was in English. It was amazing. I am so glad she suggested it. There was a great storyline about a young boy who was left with ...
... English. His name was Terry. It wasn’t great English, but I was so grateful for his effort. He asked for some Canadian coins to exchange, but we only had a 5 dollar bill. So we gave him that and he was really excited.
On the way back we stopped in a convenience store to buy some tissue paper (public toilets don’t have toilet paper) and explore what Chinese convenience stores are like. We try to go into stores like this in every country ...