Comfort Suites (Beijing Yayuncun)
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... and add a 6h layer of wool to my top. I use my leg warmers as gloves and we start the march up to the cable car- yes I bought cable car passes to avoid the 50 min walk up to the wall and in exchange for having more energy to hike the wall which was a good choice.
The tourist season is really low- which is amazing for us and helps lifts the bitter bite the cold took out of me. It is funny that this is the place where we find the most ...
... barrier with the waitress. A lemonade and seltzer water with a lemon is the same, right? Then, we met the rest of the families in our tour group and headed off to see an acrobatic show. These acrobats were insane! One of the guys stood on 8 chairs that were on top of a platform. A girl danced on pointe shoes...on another guys head! Another act was a bunch of girls on bicycles, where at one point there were 11 girls on one ...
So I have been working on papers, including a ten single space one.
I have about a month left in China. So sad to think about it; I don't want it to end.
However, I have exciting travel plans coming up soon. I will blog all about it later.
Side note: People have asked me if I plan to continue blogging after my time ...
My first day in Beijing was hectic. I arrived at the airport at 4:30 pm after a 13-hour flight. My friend Shine's dad picked me up from the airport and we went straight to the Beijing MasterCard Center to see Owl City! Apparently this venue was used for basketball and some other events for the 2008 Olympic games.
... part of the City, when he was overthrown by the Communist Regime. Actually I think it was the most attractive part of the city, with lovely gardens and more modest buildings, so not too much of an imposition, I reckon. Another very filling Chinese spread, ranging from a lovely dish of beans infused with enticing spices to sweet and sour pork, vastly different to that served in Australia, was enhanced by an ...