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Before we left UlanBataar we met a couple of gentlemen in our hostel who had just come from Beijing. In fact, they had to leave a few days early because one of them had become ill due to the smog. His advice, "do not do any exercise in Beijing", was based on the fact that he was sure that his morning runs were the cause of his illness due to the greater intake of air pollution. I, for one, was prepared to heed this advice to the letter, with the possible inclusion of ...
... really had to make sure that you stopped frequently (which I did), and constantly kept yourself hydrated. And I wasn't the only one - everyone, regardless of race, religion, or age, found the going tough. It was as if we all were living through the same life experience - that of humanity. People were kind, always lending a helping hand, offering words of encouragement, and constantly smiling. And the smiling was for a very simple reason - we were all climbing the Great Wall of ...
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It wouldn’t be China if our Airplus host did not take us to dinner. I won’t go into it again because if you’ve been following along, you know the drill. Let’s just say no one went home hungry. ...
... You will have to forgive me for the lack of photos though, I know I am studying abroad but things are are becoming so common place it's almost weird to take photos of everything. More photos next time, I promise!
First Beijing Opera
The weekend after the Mid-Autumn Festival, Jenn invited me to go to a Beijing Opera with her language partner and other friends. Her language partner picked up the tickets, and we went on Friday, October 5th to ...
... oh, this is it, it wasn't. There were hordes of people lining up, so I assumed it was for that. As I tried to line up, security kept making me go check my bag and camera in bag check. I wanted pictures so I kept trying to go through without them seeing...they saw and through me out of line. After waiting in line to check my bag for an hour and then about another 45 minutes in line, I realized...I'm across the way from Tiananmen Square...what am I in line for??!! ...