Shougang Jinshi Hotel
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... twice while walking around the district, luckily we'd been wised up to the black taxi and the tea room scams so we were having none of it.
Although I haven't had a chance to see much of China so far, I'm really looking forward to what is to come - trying weird food, learning Mandarin, experiencing the cultural differences - but most of all teaching in a real Chinese school and travelling around the country. The next six months are definitely going to be an adventure!
... closest shop to our hotel entrance is a liquor store. Not, of course, that Beijing isn't known for showing off - who could forget the military exercise that was the 2008 Olympics and the more recent dazzle of the World Expo in another of China's most well known cities, Shanghai. Curiously enough, traveling through Dubai at the moment you will regularly see advertisements for the upcoming 2020 World Expo there! Seems like a fairly simple formula really, this world domination ...
... it was time for me to move on. I could not picture myself in Colorado anymore.
After I was done with my test, I draw random animals on my notepad. Olivia saw it and started writing and drawing on it too. Then I showed it to the French-Lebanese guy Jean and he wrote that "Intensive = Life." I responded with writing, "Hell no!!!"
Anthony, Olivia, Jean, and I spoke about the Chinese language course set-up in ...
We woke up early to get breakfast as it was free with the room. And yes this was early, even by normal standards. We woke up at 7, got ready and went down to breakfast. Well I call it that, but it was really a feast! There was so much food and all different kinds. Stuff ranging from pancakes to noodles to rice to sausages to bacon and dumplings! We both got a massive selection of everything and had probably the nicest breakfast in ages! We had to meet everyone and our ...
... the little processes and procedures that come second nature. First, the sheer size of the Beijing Airport is intimidating. There were thousands of people trying to catch a plane. Where do I check in? I found an information desk and a sharply dressed woman pointed in the right direction. Initially, I got in the wrong line, but figured it out pretty quickly as I watched the process unfold at the front. Where do I go ...