Hang Lu Airport Hotel
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... posts I hope to post pictures and commentary about all of them for you to read back at home! And someday, maybe you'll write to me about your visits to these places too.
But for now I just have to make sure I have all of my documents, (there have been SO many) and I have to get my visa approved, and I have to pack. A lot of things and a lot of stuff.
When I do get to Beijing or anything related comes up I'll be back in touch!
Til next time,
The train ride to Beijing was lovely and uneventful, I arrived at 21:40. I was surprised at how little I remembered about Beijing, the metro map looked totally unfamiliar. Nevertheless I got to my stop okay and found the street of my hostel without too much difficulty. The hostel was meant to be 400m from the station, and after about 200m I came to a Youth Hostel sign, only to find that the building was filled with rubble. I actually remember thinking "I'm glad I'm not staying ...
... my threshold of pain v's gain. I waited for someone to appear so I could indicate somehow that it needed to be turned down a little but whenever a Chinese face appeared the machine would send it's shock, out stuck my arm and thumb and they'd thumb back with a grin and off they'd trot. Note to self: don't let anyone attach electrodes to needles inserted into your body unless you have a clear and open line of ...
... her little legs might not get her all the way back. The steps are very tall and some sections were extremely steep. She did great and we made it back to our group with time to spare. Going to and from the parking lot to the cable car, you get mobbed (literally) by street vendors, all selling the same nick nacks and each one more relentless than the next. It was quite the scene.
On our way back into the ...
... One home room teacher had already talked about Remembrance Day in home room. Other teachers were discussing the day in their classes, and these students saw the teachers and 50 students wearing poppies at 3:30. I visited the grade three class I give ms. Jordana (a fellow Canadian) her poppy. The kids were instantly engaged and wanted to know more. Jordana turned it into a teachable moment and asked the primary art teacher if they could do a poppy related project for the class, ...