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... cool experience nonetheless.
Far too quickly, it was time to head back down. We were then taken for lunch at a place that was obviously catered for tourists coming from the Great Wall - we had all the kinds of food we get at home in Chinese takeaways, rather than actual Chinese food which is very different! This restaurant was in a massive shopping area with jewellery and trinkets to buy, and we were given an hour to look round after eating, another ...
... that helps teach English to the children of migrant workers in the surrounding villages around ISB. The high school students at ISB teach the classes and it is fun to watch them plan and execute their lessons. It is also really great to watch how excited the local Chinese children are to be learning English.
Depending on the day, Casey and I usually take either a 4:30 or a 6:00 p.m. bus from school to downtown Sanlitun, where we live in Beijing. ...
Unexpectedly, we are so charmed with frozen lake; in several parts of Beijing. We don't have this back home, so this is a little entertaining compensation.
We play a ...., I don't know what it's called - it is like a sitting snow board. Interesting. We have short sky sticks, to control our movements. It wasn't as easy as it looks.
... out for a person holding
my name... and there he was, pfiieeuuuwww. He started talking and before I knew
it he took off with the cart and my backpacks, I could barely keep track of
him... that’s what I call morning gymnastics J
He took me to the parking lot and off we went... as a sign
of welcoming he even offered me a cigarette!
About 40min later we arrived in a hutong where narrow streets lead to the hostel
I booked. I ...
... in each of them via the toilet. Gross, I know. I instantly like Beijing. It's a bit mental and crowded but I'm comfortable and feel safe. Thankfully a girl I met on the last night in the hostel in Mongolia (who speaks Chinese) guides me through the crowds at the station to the metro and before you know it, I'm walking through the traditional 'hutong' alleys of Beijing to find my hotel. And what a hotel! Nothing much from the exterior, in ...