FuramaXpress Hotel (Beijing Zhong Guan Cun)
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... of a smaller stadium was necessary to accommodate some of the smaller track and field gatherings. The complex also featured a rather cool looking swimming centre that looks like it was surrounded by bubbles. Up close the reality was that all the edges were unfortunately straight. Sneaky optical illusions.
On the way to the overnight stay at the Great Wall, we passed a number of other sections of the wall. The quick ...
... minutes. It was already warm and, of course, humid, so I was huffing and puffing by the time we reached the cable car entry point. Six people fit into each car, so Leah and I rode with Ricardo, Kate and Ellie (or constant companions for the most part), and Joe. This was Leah's first time on this type of vehicle and she did not like it. She can do roller coasters all day long, but this was not her cup of tea. It was about a 5 minute ride, and then we got ...
... your mouths up from the floor now :). Also for people that know me very well I had a cup of lemon infused water and have not been to A&E so fingers crossed i am fine with that now :).
Soooooooo we are now 4 days into our travelling and we have had our first blonde moment from Miss Richings.... hold back the applause please. The story goes.... we were walking back from the Summer Palace and there was a sign with the ...
... discovered a block away: a Starbucks! Armed with a ridiculously sugary and caffeinated beverage and bundled up in warm clothes, Chris and I headed out to tackle the day. We headed for a Taoist temple that was supposed to be very unique. Upon closer examination of the map once we were ensconced on the subway, we came to the conclusion that the temple we were looking for was in the exact same area we had been traipsing around the night before while looking ...
... I asked him whether he read any poetry, to which he replied that he was partial to Shakespeare's sonnets, particularly sonnet 14, "Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?". Wooooo! The one sonnet I actually know. I was able to redeem myself by reciting it back to him. Complete disgrace narrowly avoided. Watch out for this guy walking round Cambridge in a few years time!
Other than teaching 2 90 minute classes a day, we also help out with sports activities in the ...