YHA Beijing

Address: No.5 You An Men Dong Jie, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100053 , China | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Wandering the Wall

A travel blog entry by dc. on Mar 04, 2012

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... the best Ive made so far.
The village is old and tiny and nothing moves much faster than the old toothless women pulling corn behind them on little rickety trailers. The whole village is made of grey slate and beautiful hard wood with red splashed everywhere. From the paper lanterns that line the streetlamps and houses to the chicken and ducks roaming free on the cobbled streets, this ...

A surprise for the Collins family!

A travel blog entry by kirksontour on Sep 17, 2011

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... game. The school was the size of a small uni with very modern low rise buildings. It goes from Kindy to grade 12. The grounds were amazing with every manner of playing field. The fees at the ex pat schools are about $30,000 per annum so you would hope it was as fancy as it was. The employers all pay because it is a necessity - the expats are not allowed to attend Chinese schools.


A travel blog entry by wolfpackofone on Aug 09, 2011

4 comments, 4 photos

... have been doing a 12 hour train journey per day for 2 straight months!
At first I was disheartened as I had experience vivid daydreams of myself treaking through the whakahn corridor and over the hindu-kush! But never mind, I now had time to experience more of the Kyrgyz pamirs by treking alone and possibly spend some time in a traditional yurt with the nomadic kyrgyz people!

The second hiccup came in the form of bureaucratic red tape ...

Land of Mysteries

A travel blog entry by winebuff on Apr 05, 2011

1 comment, 4 photos

... was amazing in that we were the only Westerners there and the food was amazing and cheap. We had beef filet with black pepper, sautéed mushrooms, green beans with garlic, rice and Chinese tea for the three of us and the bill was under $20.

We went to Tiananmen Square which makes any other public square look tiny in comparison. Last year they added two ...

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