China Lounge Courtyard Boutique Hotel
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... 10 minute walk to the other side of the campus and lasts from around 8:30 am to 11:50 am, with 10 minute breaks every 50 minutes. This class is a basic introduction to the Chinese language and culture. The kids did great! They actually have a Muslim friendly canteen on campus and so Fares and Sami were taken there by one of the cafeteria workers. When I asked Sami how it was, he stated, "There wasn't any pork!" :) We had a decent lunch with chicken, chicken, ...
Breaky is very nice with crispy delicious fruit, chef made omelette and warm toast, fed the darn bread through the machine over ten times! Four coffees later ready to roll. Downstairs Mr Choo and Tracey are waiting. We are whisked off to the Forbidden Palace, with a short wait to get scanned and smile at locals in line then it was under the six lane freeway to teanenamen Square, huge and busy and not noisy. The soldiers were stationed under large black ...
... it follows the ridgeline of a mountain so its up and down. I was sore for days. Was a quite impressive thing to build and looked beautifil with the scenery.
I was happy after that and finished with China. Wont be going back to that country, however speaking to the travelers aparently Shanghai is completely different and much better. So chuck that on your itinery if you plan to head that way.
I packed ...
Charley and Mitch both fell asleep on the drive which seemed to last forever in peak hour traffic, inching along endless ring roads and bridges.
By the time we reached Wan fu jing everyone was hungry. The area wasn't exactly what I was expecting - very modern and built up, but we noticed a food market along the middle of a side street.
But we needed to sit ...
Gavin tries to teach us a few Chinese words and we respond with some English Aussie slang for him.. don't think we will get far with our interpretations...
Next stop is the Sacred Path of the Ming Tombs (or Divine Road) which means the road leading to heaven. The Emperor, known as the Son of the Heaven, who came from Heaven to his country through the Sacred Way, also deservedly would return to Heaven through this road.
The area ...