Beijing Jianguo Hotel
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Beijing was great! I got to climb the Great Wall of China, then slide down the wall on a toboggan! The hotel was one of our best on the trip. We went to the Silk Market and shopped til we dropped. We were sweating in Tiannanmen Square and the Forbidden City - it was super hot. The food was not good, except for the Peking Duck! My dad's friend gave …
... of each courtyard. You exit at the far end of the City which Ian was relieved about as he couldn't face backtracking. It was a bit too much like a museum for him!!! But I loved it, but I would like to see it presented and preserved better. Our walk once out of the City takes us down a less touristy street where there are many different odours (some more pleasant than others), bikes without saddles, people & babies sleeping on its narrow pavements. There is a ...
... proud of these things.
These photos are of both locations. Although we took a whole lot of photos, I am only putting a few on at a time. Aftrer I get the hang of this travel blog, I'll try to include more. Maybe I'll fill in more from these locations at a later time. Also, I have reduced the size of the photos so they don't take a long time to load. Later, I might send the full versions of the best of them.
... and a chat to the girls their English names were Jean and Betsy they were great. Later on we were in the bar having a drink and emailing home Brian was checking things out on the computer, I got talking to a couple of German lads then a couple of American lads who were there to learn Chinese came in the night staff came on duty his English name was Simon. we were all chatting away Simon put some music on an Austrian man came in it was good next thing we knew Simon says I've ...
... upon the mercy of my peers and colleagues to aid me in my new venture. This job is on the basis of a 12 month contract, meaning that I will be working for another year (in China) before actually walking the earth. Whilst this has hampered my plans, it does mean that I am able to save a little more money up and am able to add something new and different to my CV, all whilst taking a massive leap into a different culture and career.
Before I start my job, ...
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