Guangming Bridge Hostel

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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Not Feeling It

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Oct 07, 2013

11 photos

To my surprise when I woke up this morning, no smug in the sky! This weekend, it was very horrible due to the smug. I was against going outside yesterday due to the fear of suffocating.

I got up and got a sandwich from the vendor outside of west gate. Then I sat outside to eat my sandwich. Following, I went in the basement lounge in my dorm to study for Chinese.

I did not want to go to class because I was not feeling ...

BEIJING WE LIKE

A travel blog entry by dphilips on Sep 06, 2013

Tagged up with Dagmar from Germany. She was a twenty five year old student who was studying in Shanghai and was visiting Beijing on holiday. We tackled the Lama gaff first! Have to say, although not too religious, you couldn't help feel a sense of spirituality as you walked around the place. So much people in prayer and they weren't just there out of habit. I felt a real sense of genuine belief when I watched them. The view of ...

You thought you spoke Chinese? That's funny.

A travel blog entry by elisehuerta on Jun 19, 2012

3 photos

... or something). Anyway, I came up to my room when I decided I preferred silence to a language I'm too tired to pay attention to at the moment, but ended up having to hear it anyway, from myself. Damn, they really know how to do language immersion here. In class today, someone accidentally said "OK" and everyone turned and stared at him like he'd just told the teacher to go **** herself.

Also, the air quality the last two days is terrible. It's over ...

The No Pricetag Dilemma

A travel blog entry by lilmisadventure on May 23, 2012

6 photos

... angry they take it, it
means everything to them.
The food markets are really neat. They dry EVERY kind of fruit you
can think of…even kiwis and other kinds of fruit that have no english
names. It’s really a party for all your senses to shop in the
marketplaces.

After visiting the wall, a couple of the people I met on the tour and
I went to the Silk market, since one of the guys needed to buy
...

The greatest wall

A travel blog entry by ncalla13 on Apr 13, 2012

1 comment, 15 photos

... squatter since I have been experiencing them since the airport, the girl on the bus with me is not as familiar, I offer her a baby wipe which she gratefully accepts and we part ways. I return to the bus and Nuno is no where is sight. I look imploringly at one of our fellows travelers "where'd he go?" "Bathroom, I think." Ut oh Nuno returns, feeling better then when he ate the weird chickeny wrap but still a little nervous that the feeling ...