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... for that heavenly seat or the standing space next to a bar easily accessible. For the next few days we ventured around Beijing to the Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven and the legendary night market amongst other sights. All amazing in their own regard, there’s something for everyone there. The Great Wall of China and the night market were by far my favourite parts of China. As we were walking through the crowded night ...
... an exhausting few months but now the show is about to open and we can only do what we do best: act and make audiences laugh. Whether I suffer wearing tights as the Mayor of Munchkinland or get a pie in my face as a witch's guard, this Wizard of Oz is, as one character puts it, 'a family show' and our theatrical family has come together in Beijing of all places to make people laugh. This has been a constantly rich and colourful experience. It's more than just ...
... and I hopped on her bed (whatever, I was bored). She was laughing at my childlike behavior. Then the French-Lebanese guy John appeared and we spoke about fashion (yeah weird, but it just happened that we got on that topic).
Later, I chose to leave to return to my room.
Now, I am finishing blogging about the Silk Road. So much details to cover.
As I was still recovering from a bronchial infection, I was unable to tour China during Spring Festival, however it gave me the opportunity to explore Beijing. While many of these explorations were not suitable for online record keeping (boring or too dark for photos), the visit to the Lama Temple was great.
By now many of you may be wondering why there are seldom ...
... as well as the ubiquitous Mango, Zara and more than one branch of McDonalds. On either side of the street, air-conditioning units pump out cold vapour, dousing the passers by with a refreshing mist while the temperatures soar to around 32 degrees. It was mid-way down this shoppers' dream that we were lured away from our intended destination by an advert in a side street declaring the venue below to be the "home of traditional steamed buns"
SOLD! 2 baskets of 9 ...
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