Dushi Xinyuan Short Rental

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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Hitting the Wall

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin

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... certainly didn't expect him to be glazed and lit up in the face, bright orange like David Dickinson, looking something between a Halloween mask and a cheap garden ornament. We kept quiet while we drifted past, then burst out our incredulity when we got outside.

We travelled in the afternoon, by bullet train to Shanghai. More about that in the next blog. Beijing has provided an eventful week in China. And quite an experience.

Love to you all,
Martin & Lyndsey
xxx
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Be Prepared

A travel blog entry by atw80-wre

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... ethnic minorities or labour disputes.

All in all, China is a safe country to live in. Sure, you need to be prepared for some things, but one of the lady's from International SOS said that she would feel a lot safer at 3 am in the morning in Beijing than in some parts of Melbourne – something I can definitely agree upon. During the six months, I have lived there, I have felt very safe. I had to go to a doctor too and it all ...

Beijing

A travel blog entry by cstravelling

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... the model reading the plaque and observing when an old Chinese man decided he wanted his picture taken with it. Next thing we know, Sarah is getting tapped, nudged, pushed, shimmied and hit hard to move out of the way.. Chinese people are so rude! I decided this moment needed to be captured and have a lovely picture of Sarah with the cheesiest grin next to a moody old Chinese man. We have also taken to standing right in front of sings when reading them... It's the way to do it ...

Yet another experience...

A travel blog entry by chloecd

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... br> I’m not too sure how to explain it, other than showing you videos. It was quite expensive though, it was 180 yuen (£18) for tea, snacks and the show. However, we only got to try one type of tea, and the snacks were just nuts. Here in Beijing, that is a lot of money, for not a lot. Especially as the boys who didn’t make it to the Tea House in time waited for us outside and was shown a traditional tea ceremony for free. I did buy a ...

Beijing, you were great.

A travel blog entry by travelanimal

... the onslaught.

Worst moment teaching, actually I have two; 1) overestimating a four year olds ability to catch when launching a football towards him from twenty yards away, which hit him square in the face and knocked him to the ground. 2) accidentally back hand slapping a child in the face who was already not particularly fond of me.

Most creative child I taught; I changed duck duck goose to sit sit ...

     

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