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... attempted to call the hostel for me until she got through, wrote directions for me in English and Mandarin and even directed me to the correct subway station. What an awkward little holiday my mum and Jeff would have had without Maggie.
When I finally arrived at the Red Lantern House, I temporarily forgot the weight of my rucksack and jumped with joy. Thirty minutes went by before Jeff turned up; he had gone all the way ...
stared at by the bloke in the picture.
Handed a menu I was offered an extortionately priced tea,
the cost of an hour’s wage back in the Midlands, but not to worry. It seems I
wasn’t paying. The waitress indicated the figure still getting ready on stage
and he winked back at me. By now I had almost worked out ...
... to sit outside since there was no room inside. We got spicy green beans. Before we got our food, Rae brought some fish tofu from a street vendor. It was spicy and yummy. I can not believe how good the street food is here in Beijing. The night life is a lot more lively here than in Denver.
Then, we got milk tea drinks. As the drinks were being made, Rae went off to S*** over Rice to get food for her roommate. The worker at the milk tea place asked me ...
ACTE's Beijing Executive Forum was attended by over 70 corporate travel professionals from 10 different countries. I was sure to take advantage of the opportunity to make connections with as many attendees as possible. The calibre of speakers was very high, and I felt it enabled me to get a much better understanding of the current business landscape in China.
The first speaker of the day was Mr. Ho, a director at TravelSky. TravelSky is ...
... trees, and a sunflower field although they were dead sadly, so you couldn’t help but be a little confused about it all & had to remind yourself that you were, in fact, in BEIJING!!!! We had a good walk around with plenty of photo opportunities, and ended up sat in wooden huts over the river in the warm sunshine, we’d all brought picnic lunches, and shared bread, cheese, wine, and fortunately one guy with us made chocolate cheesecake. All ...