Airport Garden Hotel
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... only in Mandarin. Basically what we will be doing when we teach, except with English obviously. It really struck me how difficult it was to understand what she was asking us to do, it was so bewildering! I'd never thought about that before, this is going to be a tough job, and we really need to make sure we use vocabulary that is suitable for the level we are teaching. Anyway, that was an exercise I definitely benefited from, I know how the children will feel ...
... flew away in the wind. Some guy down below us started kicking it around. It was soooo cold that we all felt awful for Ned. I was happy to offer him one of my gloves, but one pair really wasn't making much of a difference, even two only just managed to keep my hands from being frozen. Besides, my gloves are very small. We got up to a particular point, when we realised that we needed to get back down again to meet the bus. We took a different ...
... then walked further up the wall. I could not believe how steep it was to walk! But the view was amazing and you could see the wall far out in the distance. There was so many people there and we kind of felt like celebrities because people kept asking to take their picture with us because of our blonde hair, our professor, who's Chinese, said most Chinese people who live out in smaller villages ...
... s another 'kick myself' moment......Guess where I am Maggs?!!!
We get to Tower 20 in about an hour it's quite a tuff hike with steps of varying sizes & steep cobbled slopes. You need to stop regularly to look at the views & take it all in. At each tower there are ladies selling drinks (even cold beers) & souvenirs, the usual tacky stuff (Blackpool tower replaced by a Great Wall Tower).
Once we reach Tower 20 there is a great view on up an even ...
... built in the 14th century was not a religious temple, but built so the Emperor could pray to the God of Heaven for a good harvest. Of course it was fascinating to learn about the Ming and Shang dynasties, and visit the extraordinary beautiful complex that is the Forbidden City. My main interests in history have always been 20th century, and it's great to a Chinese perspective on that, but I now also enjoy occasional delves into previous ...