Crystal International Jingdu Business Hotel
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... to be much more creative than I thought, one
answer was “Ghandi: because he doesn’t drink alcohol and is very chilled so he
would keep the party under control”, Jimi Hendrix: for music and LSD an Shai
Labouf because he’s a wild card and would probably be really cool at a party”
so it didn’t go as badly as I thought it would.
In the afternoon we had a Calligraphy class instead Mandarin which was
really fun and ...
... group. It's 3 in 1. Except they forgot to put the coffee in. This part of the journey's big highlight was the Gobi desert. It's quite big. It's quite empty. Not much to say about it really. Took too many pictures of nothingness. When we got bored of looking out the window we played the pig game again. Until we got bored of that too. The border crossing was quite frustrating. All day we had been playing hide and seek with the guards women people smoking in between the carriages. ...
... arise to when I leave in 10 months time. However I have not come across a single beggar yet (whether that is due to a crackdown by police or improvement in life I do not know but it is a sight. The personal hygiene is also terrible. I have stayed and lived in some pretty grotty places but some parts of Beijing are well ... best not say for fear of making my reader vomit. Saw a child having a poo inside the Forbidden city which was a culture shock to say the least. ...
... telling us to not make a big deal about it, it's only a midterm, it's easy etc. My language partner as well told me to "just accept it" (the last-minute schedule changes) and she said it had happened to her before as well. At least my grammar teacher had the decency to be shocked at what was expected for our speaking exam, and how little time we had to prepare.
When things like this happen, sometimes you can only sit back and say "oh, China."
... about the choice of food Benson had made, as it covered most of my favourites. Numerous starters were followed by Beijing duck as main course, then a vegetable soup, duck bone soup, dumpling and a spicy-peanut-noodle soup. You can imagine how stuffed I felt. I wonder, whether we are still on a management training programme or an eat-as-much-as-you-can training for a new world record. No matter what, it is great fun and I highly enjoy the great foods we can ...