Well, that’s that for China. Here’s a few photos, then it’s time to move on.
Here’s a really elaborate Warcraft display outside of a mall in China.
Deep thoughts from a park sign in Beijing. That’s just life, man.
One of the few benefits (maybe the only benefit?) of all the pollution in Beijing is that you get some pretty spectacular sunsets.
Here’s a nice view of the Forbidden City from a nearby park.
I tried cucumber chips in China. No, not pickle — cucumber. They actually weren’t bad! They were a little bit sweet, with a surprisingly accurate cucumber flavour.
The museums in Beijing were free and were absolutely enormous. This gargantuan building is the Capital Museum. I’m not sure how much of a sense of scale you get from the photo, but the building was almost comically large.
I have no idea what this building was, but I thought its design was quite striking. If you look closely you’ll see two elephant statues near the front.
Remember what I said about the pollution-assisted sunsets? Yeah.