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... of me not even really attempting Chinese / Mandarin, etc in any way shape or form but I was shocked at the lack of English- for such a tourist destination and there is such a lack of English it truly shocked me. 2. Their hospitality and customer service quite plainly, sucks. They are not warm or welcoming (for the most part) so again just not what I expected. They were very hard to communicate with and I just felt that they didn't care at all, even ...
... the tops of buildings or the end of the street. We've had a sandstorm so horrible that the air turned a yellowy brown and caused me to get a sore throat and a mouth full of sand. Spring has been accompanied by April Snow, pollen so large and plentiful that it does actually look like a light flurry of snow. Yet there are so many things about living in Beijing that make up for these unpleasant aspects. ...
... City it was the same way. Perhaps that was why my guide felt we could skip the side rooms. It took me a while to make it to the top but I eventually did and then turned around to get the most breathtaking view of the city. No I mean that literally, I couldn’t breathe after climbing all those stairs in heavily polluted air. When I finally was able to breathe I looked around and all I could see was smog. It was pretty anti climatic to be honest. ...
... on. I was in heaven eating it.
For a few hours, I read for my classes.
I decided to check out the book selection in Bookworm. Commitment by Liz Gilbert, author of Eat, Pray, Love, caught my attention. I started reading it for a bit.
Terry Lu texted me if I wanted to eat at a food street with him. I asked Emi if she wanted to join. She said yeah.
When we were at the subway stop for Sanlitun, I called Terry to see where he was. I could not hear ...
Due to jetlag and limited possibilities, the 3 hours on Beijing Airport were very uneventful there. When entering the airport, the heat camera did not detect a fever on me so I was allowed to pass and my VISUM went through without issues. I got my bags without hassle, made it through the luggage control, the other via control and the check in without disturbances and after not too long I ended up first in the most expensive terminal.
From there I took the bus to the at that ...