Qianyuan International Business Hotel
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Thursday 9th July
Today was our last sightseeing day here in Beijing. It has been a relaxed pace seeing the incredible sights and gaining an insight into Chinese daily life. Our driver, Mr Liu, and guide, Grace, have become gracious guides for our journey over the last days of our time in China.
First stop this morning was to the ancient Qian Men Avenue. This was an original street of ancient Beijing. Today it is a bustling shopping ...
... but we were able to manage with the clothes we had. Beijing with its 10 to 15 degrees was a different story though. Lucky we had Tian, our Couch surfing saviour that did not only give us a great place to stay but also some warm clothes to borrow. We enjoyed our cooking sessions together and spend the next 5 days in Beijing exploring the Great Wall, the Forbidden City and the Summer Palace.
To finish of our tour ...
We woke up super early (6:00am) and went down for our last breakfast at the hotel in Kunshan.
We developed a nice bond with the lady who works there (she didn't get one day off in the 3 weeks we were there btw) so we gave her her gift and she seemed to like it.
We bid a sad farewell to our group leader, James, as well as our colleagues who weren't joining us in Beijing.
Our bus got us ...
... us, as it would not make enough money etc. We finally found a driver, who was willing to bring us back – well, not really useful though, we got literally stuck in the traffic. In 25 minutes we only moved about 20m. He suggested us to leave the car and rather go by metro. Well; it was actually a hands-and-feet conversation – very funny. However, it was the best what we could do and as I knew where we needed to go ...
... lesson. This was possibly the most boring thing I have ever had to sit through. A Canadian teacher was trying to teach us about how to keep lessons fun and interesting yet he was sending us to sleep. We ended up doing finger exercises because of how boring it was. This man managed to talk everyone to death for 2 hours until one of the TTC staff shut him up by telling us they had our information about travelling to our schools. We now know that ...