Jingyuan Courtyard Hotel
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Denny was great, had breakfast every day included.... See tripadvisor for more details....
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... Dumplings, Chicken bites, Sizzling Pork and Rice and Chicken on the bone. This was our first time we HAD to use chop sticks… Carl was struggling to get the technique!
Carl saw a sign for Baskin Robbin ice cream and was excited to have ice cream for dessert. It even came with little turtle chocolate pieces which melted in our mouth….delicious.
Whilst walking back and forth to the train ...
... to get into.
Lily took us to her dorm. It shocked Bethany and I that it had an elevator. Our dorm at UIBE does not have one.
When we got into Lily's room, it was nice since it had a small sitting area and each person gets her own room. Ariel was there too! We talked for a bit.
Even though Beijing University is great, I prefer UIBE more due to its location. UIBE has three subway lines near it, which makes it easier to see the city ...
... fresh fruit for breakfast at £0.50 for 5 bananas! We headed to a local electronics market where Stephen purchased a new phone as his original had given up the ghost on the train. Ollie purchased a new charger and cable for our tablet as our current charging system was like watching paint dry. With our new toys we headed towards the central station in search for the English speaking ticket office to purchase our train ticket to Xi'an on the ...
... were teasing him for having a girl's name! Quite bizarre!
Yesterday was school trip day which proved to be plenty of fun. After piling into minibuses , we headed to the Chinese National Museum. Situated just off Tiananmen Square, this was really my first trip into the city centre. The museum itself, the largest in China was really interesting and completely opened my eyes to the events in China's past, leading up to the birth of communism. Will definitely be doing ...
... most of you will have seen that my crazy mad fool sister spent 24 hours in a life raft on Friday, with a group of equally crazy people to raise money for sail 4 cancer, here is the article from the Portsmouth Evening News:
raising around the 3000 pound mark the last I heard - so well done to all of you, fantastic news. And for Lou getting a permanent job at Sunsail last week having been on a temporary ...