Holiday Inn Express Beijing Huacai
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So after a weeks training with Chuck; who loved himself more than anyone I have ever met, I started work in my school last week. The staff there have been really cool and are going to be teaching me Chinese in exchange for teaching them English.
I did manage to **** off one the new teachers, Becky, with just my accent! She has spent four years at uni studying English and was so upset that she couldn't understand a word that I said.
... we'd treated ourselves to, with all this food and drink, the bill was only £7 each. (See photo). The table next to us had a very entertaining hour watching us struggle with chop sticks, but we both agreed that we were much improved from the previous evening! A quick night time walk before we realised we really were exhausted and wanted to document our day before tomorrow morning's Great Wall tour. Eventually, time for ...
... party, which was a lot of fun. Santa Claus showed up and was speaking Chinese, which was pretty funny. Don't worry - I got a picture.
My time in China has been quite an adventure. I am sad to leave my church family here in China, and I will miss the invigorating concept of being in another country, every now and then thinking, "Wow, I'm in China! I'm on the other side of the world!" I am so happy to ...
... to Tiananmen Square, we had figured which stop we needed to take to get there so all was good. On route, I saw this guy pushing his kid and then she needed to go to the toilet and so he just abandoned the push chair and ran over to a corner and let her pee. Now this all happened in an underground walk way which is tiled, so not sure where it was going to go but we made sure we had a quick exit from that area. So on our connecting train and we needed ...
... wars & it fell into disrepair, until a major overhaul in 1949. There are many pavillions, islands, lakes, bridges, towers & beautiful corridors to enjoy & walk around.
There is loads to see & a huge area to walk around, but is was incredibly busy being the holidays - looking around the edge of the lake and across the bridges, it was like ants running along, except for lots of the ants were tour guides waving big flags hurrying up their group, stopping at ...