Eastern Air Hotel
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... down the hill should have been via the toboggan run but it chose that moment to start raining so faced with a choice of the dreaded chairlift or walking I decided to hike back down and met the rest of the group at Mr Yangs restaurant for another amazing meal. Unfortunately it was at this time that the heavens truly opened, so I'm thankful it held off until then. A sleepy group climbed back on the bus for the return ...
Day 2|Friday Today we went to Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City and went on a rickshaw tour which was awesome. Everyone here in Beijing treats you like celebrities, all they want is photos of you. Most people just stare at you, Jerry (our guide) told us that they do this because it's the first time before that they've ever seen foreigners. Hotel: Royal Pheonix Hotel ...
... here, who weren't familiar with little blonde boys. The famous feeling definitely wearing thin now, after being followed around for 20 mins by a particularly persistent couple after selfies. We now grace to photos albums of many Nationals.
The Kung Fu show this evening. Again enjoyed by all - particularly the English translations of things....
“What if my flight is delayed?” “What if I am forced to take a detour to a different city like Tokyo like last time?” “Will I miss my flight to Beijing?” These questions kept popping in my mind on the night before my flight to Beijing.
It was not until midnight that I finally fell asleep.
At five am, my dad slammed my door and yelled at me to wake up. I jumped up and got ready fast. We ...
... and taken selfies which was great fun let me tell you.
I haven't been to any of the main Beijing sights yet, but I hope to do that next week. This week I've just been shopping and got myself some sweet high-end tees for a bargain in the Chinese markets. Also I might not be here for six weeks anymore, I might cut it down to four and spend a couple of weeks in Hong Kong instead depending on what the school have to say about my ...