Ramada Parkside Beijing
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... going to learn all about it but instead we were given a supposed free foot massage and the "doctors" who just happened to be free came to diagnose our illnesses. We were all about to die and for the cost of $230 dollars they could cure us. The foot massagers would not leave until we had given them a tip. Not impressed. It seems that this tour company is about sending us to places to rip us off. Now that I am aware of this I will ...
It’s official. I’m addicted to Beijing “Old” Yoghurt.
It’s sold on every street corner for just 4 rmb. (about 4p)
you drink it on the spot through the straw and return the glass container.
Apparently it’s fermented in a different way and longer to
European/Australian Yoghurt and is supposedly home ...
A presentation from eHi Car Service Co. Ltd was the first thing on the agenda for the day. eHi is the largest car service provider in China. It offers both self-driven as well as chauffeur-driven options. They cater to corporate clients as well as individuals. With a shortage of parking, traffic among the worst in the world, and the relatively low cost of labour, the chauffeur service is particularly popular. The company is the first in China to ...
... After, we decided to go to the Silk market where I got a few bits :) I haggled my own stuff for the first time and got a 3000 rb robe down to 80rb. We then went to go home but we got out at the wrong exit and proceeded to get lost in a cold wet dark Beijing for several hours. Got in at 11pm and was out at 3am for this coach. Hurrah! We are coming home :) Peace and love ...
... guests from Exeter" were made to sing for them. With no notice. The video is attached (I have found that I can upload videos as well as pictures!). There was lots of singing, both lecturers and graduates, some comedy (in Chinese..), a play, some karaoke, some party games (we were awesome at charades - when they let us play in English... Chinese charades is all about phrases such as "you are the only one" so we weren't so great at that, but we rocked at English charades!) ...