Beijing part 1.

16 Jan

i went to Beijing with some of the (new) Binzhou crew. we didn’t see the great wall ( we have all done it before) but we went to some interesting little places in the beijing city centre. here is some photos!

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Photobucket (my favourite place in Beijing)
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Photobucket police at tian’anmen square.
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I get to see David again soon πŸ™‚ we have a lot to talk about πŸ˜›
Then i will take lots of photos of the great wall, and the forbidden city (with the starbucks in the centre) as well as many other things i am sure. Its really quiet here at the university, as its the holidays and all of the students are either going home today or tomorrow, a mass exodus! The university has only paid me half of my monthly salary this month, and gave no reason… so i will be poor by the end of the month. more so than usual. but this is one of the pitfalls of working in China. or maybe just here in BZ, sometimes you don’t get paid what you are supposed to be paid. although i have been re-assured that i will be given the rest of my pay the following month. I am upset, but truth be told, not suprised. so much for holiday plans.
In other news i am craving the sunshine, but we have had a nice day of weather today, and i hope this trend continues. My friends, I miss you all πŸ™‚ Love and Kisses from China.

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One Response to “Beijing part 1.”

  1. sal January 16, 2011 at 3:50 pm #

    looks amazing!!
    miss you xx

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