FuramaXpress Hotel (Beijing Yansha)
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... passed over us on our motorway and then stopped mid-sentence; future tense; the columns continued but the road sections not yet. There was as yet no road for it to join up to on the ground. A few miles later an empty unfinished enormous motorway passed underneath. No vehicles. We stopped at a rest stop. Good. Had an instant noodle like the kind Justin Ng used to bring back from Hong Kong for me back in School House. Excellent stuff (instant noodles are ...
... and onto the lake - oh my days! Seriously the most insane place I've ever been to in my life. The pictures won't do it an ounce of justice, but you can sort of see how beautiful a place it is - Luana wanted to wait for the sunset to grab the best pictures, and it was definitely worth it, amazing place. (Also note the ice covering the surface of the entire lake - it's so cold in the city at the moment, but made for a great photo, think I've got a Facebook cover photo ...
... day of walking. According to Debbies pedometer we covered 24 kilometres in the day. We had a glorious lunch which included a spicy Frog dish which was very nice indeed. Grahame and Debbie even tried some and enjoyed it.This was just a precursor for Grahame's adventure later in the evening.
After our big day walking we headed back to the hotel for a swim in the magnificent pool.
Ben had asked Gin Gin about unusual ...
... meeting the bus to get back. We chose this section as its one of the most spectacular within reach of Beijing, with parts of the original wall still accessible (many parts have been rebuilt). Closer sections to Beijing have the typical Chinese 'tourism stamp' on them like cable cars and toboggans. When we reached the first of 22 watch towers the views were breath taking, both literally as there are thousands of huge steps but also due to the beautiful views ...
... teaching Juniors ( 6-7 graders) and I am teaching Primary (3rd grade). My group has the youngest group. Todd and I each have a partner for one period of the kids' day. The rest of the people in our group teach them for the rest of the day. This means the kids are in a classroom on their summer break for 6 hours! There are some students in our class that get bored and act out a little, but considering how much they are learning/sitting, they are ...
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