Wuyi Hostel

Address: No.9 Guandong Dian, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100020, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing


A travel blog entry by jessicarombouts on Aug 04, 2015

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... 8230; What kind of activities to run, how to structure the activities and so forth. Our next lesson is run by an Australian named Adela who has been focusing on classroom
management and how to keep respect and control of our class room. After lunch
Robert comes in and usually runs a similar class to Alex however focusing on
speech and reading… this lesson is my least favourite because I’m usually very
tired by this point and am not focused in ...

On the wall at last!

A travel blog entry by chrisgodman on Aug 23, 2014

4 comments, 8 photos

Yesterday we drove three hours to reach Jinshanling, which is considered part of the "wild wall". It was worth the ride...there were only small groups of tourists and we felt like we had whole sections to ourselves. It stretches off in both directions and one side is Mongolia, the other China. What ...

4 down, 2 to go!

A travel blog entry by arhaycox16 on Jul 13, 2014

2 comments, 1 photo

It has been a crazy and busy 3 school weeks! With a Wednesday and Saturday field trip each week, we've visited the Lama Temple, Great Wall, Temple of Heaven, Nanluoguxiang Hutong, Silk Market, Pearl Market, Forbidden City and the Tiananmen Square, and this Wednesday we will make a trip to the 798 Art District. In the beginning I didn't think I was going to last the whole 6 weeks, and I never thought I was ever going to be comfortable in the huge and industrialized city of ...

Worst part of the trip (hopefully)...airports

A travel blog entry by marklacey on May 17, 2013

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... helpful. It really started to set the scene as to differences b/t American and Chinese students. There is little to no public speaking/presentations in Chinese curriculum –greatly contributing to the shy nature of many Chinese students when they come over to the states (also largely based on the conservatism of the culture). She made several food ...

Day 3

A travel blog entry by harveyandlinda on Oct 12, 2012

... referred to as the "Forbidden City."There were many buildings of the same Chinese architect . They said 7,000 which is hard to believe. I took some videos to show the panoramic view. Not sure if I will figure out how to upload or not as I accidentally threw the instructions Laura gave me, but I'll give it a try later.
After the palace visit, we went to a different hotel which was a step up from the last one and got situated in our room ...