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... wall. I don't think Kay was particularly thrilled with this part of the day and probably not over the moon that we kept wanting her and Dan to turn round on the chair lift so we could take a picture. When we got to the wall Pau said we had 2 choices. We could turn right and take the difficult route or turn left and take the less difficult route. I went straight in an opted for the less difficult route. Everyone else agreed but pretended they could have coped with the tough route but ...
... Last weekend when I went for lunch with some of the other teachers I witnessed my supervisor taking one of her students, nine year old Wendy, out for lunch. Just another one of the many things that when I step back and think about I realise I just can't imagine any of this happening in the classroom back in the UK, yet I've become so used to it that I no longer ...
... came to 500 yuan, which is about £50. This included a room rental charge of 150Y, snacks at around 40Y, my food and drink, which came to under 100Y and the pot of tea. All I had on me was 240Y in cash and no other way of getting money, so luckily enough, my "friend" was happy enough to split the bill.
What was most upsetting for me was the fact that I was now left with absolutely no money to get into the Forbidden City or to be able to get the train back to ...
... into Guangzhou to catch our flight. Security was a breeze. We didn't even need to take our shoes off and it took about ten minutes to make it through the entire process. So easy. We had round-trip airfare booked with Hainan Airlines. After our departing and returning flight, I would definitely not mind flying that airline in the future. Even for a domestic flight of two and a half hours, this plane was huge, we had unlimited TV, games and music, along ...
Yesterday, we attended ACTE's Executive Forum in Beijing. There were about 70 travel professionals. In the following I like to highlight my top observations of the panel discussions and presentations:
Just as in India and the UAE, foreign companies need a local partner that will own at least 51% of the shares. Again, this partner could be on the papers only or actively involved.
In Mainland China, there is only one ...