Lama Temple International Youth Hostel
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... did not turn up for evening drinks one night they would send out a search party for us.
We used an app to do a walking tour of Beijing to get our bearings. We walked down Wangfujing Street, around the outside of the Forbidden City and then to Jingshan Park. We climbed up one of the summits and got great views of the Forbidden City. As we ...
... friendship to others in the group. To Duncan and our School Council, thank you for your support in enabling this trip to come into fruition. To our many friends at OOPS and families who have taken such an avid interest in our travels we also say thank you. We look forward to sharing more of our experiences with you on our return to school. Good-bye from China. Chris, Edward, Yanling, Martin, Isobel, Laura and ...
... This is a massive zoo. A little disappointing when comparing to Australia's amazing zoo. It did have Giant Pandas!!! So cute!!! Also had a snubbed nose monkey that did not like me and jumped into the glass trying to get to me- THANK GOODNESS FOR GLASS!!! I may have yelled a few swear words ha ha ha After the zoo we went to the hotel to refresh before meeting out ...
... Nope but it was clean! Anyway, we had more fun in the supermarket just checking out the stuff they sell. Not so many people staring at us here and we have seen some more Caucasians - three groups of four or five together. We only saw one other Caucasian couple in Wulingyuan in the three days we were there. We noticed some dogs barking outside our window today and realised there is a Veterinary ...
... as I counted 11 towers within the space of about 500m, no sharing here.
The food cart goes up and down the aisle and I think it is easiest for them to ignore us rather than try to communicate, no problems we had a nice breakfast at the Hotel before leaving. You get the feeling that most people would not try to communicate unless they have a grasp of English.
About 1pm we tried our luck and ended up with some potato chips and peanuts, ...