Beijing Yuan Fang Hotel
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... looking confused 2 people stopped and asked us if we needed help. It was the perfect time to encounter helpful English speaking locals. They did not know the address of the hotel but the lady said what any normal person would "I'll google it". We resisted the urge to tell her she really needed to say she would yahoo it. Fortunately she gave us the right directions and we managed to meet our tour guide on time.
... games for them that, one day when I was leaving class during their break time, all of them in unison said "goodbye teacher" to me really loudly with so much excitement that inside I cried of happiness! My heart breaks knowing that despite all of the work that I have done for my students, not just in preparations and in finding ways for them to learn the best they possibly can but also by getting to know them as my students, that at ...
... alliance. The headquarters of CSA is in Guangzhou in southern China, nearby Hong Kong. It is also the first Chinese airline operating A380's. The first route operates between Guangzhou and Los Angeles. Surprisingly, they offer Economy Plus seats, something none of us knew before.
As it was my last night in Beijing, we had to go out one more time. Thursday night is lady’s night. Hence, most clubs offer free entrance for ladies and some ...
... advised guidelines, but reminded us that we're unpaid interns, so we can pretty much come and go as we please. Seems like a great opportunity to focus on urban exploration!
Also included in my pictures today are photos of the living accommodations provided for govt employees, which very bizarrely resemble western (american) homes, and more photos of my neighborhood. I'll try to answer any specific questions you might have, just leave them in the comments section!
... off (which was difficult considering how fond the Chinese are of sitting on their horns!).
We did make it to the Great Wall in one piece though – we were taken to a section known as the Mutianyu section, which is a more difficult section to access & climb, but accordingly it is much less busy than the tourist heavy (but easier) Badaling section. The steep climb to the cable car wrecked me – my ankle has been pretty weak ...