Hui Yuan Gong Hotel
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... our Trans-Mongolian train journey and as we passed in between the limestone mountains, trying to get our first glimpse of the Great Wall, we were really excited about setting foot in Beijing. China wasn't a place we'd originally planned to spend much time, but after some reading and research it's looking like we'll easily be making the most of our 30 day visa.
... Then, my professor asked me a few questions in Chinese. I did not space out this time!
For the last part, I drew a card out of my professors' hand. My topic was about my dorm room. I was able to say what I prepared by memory. However, I forgot a few sentences. I paused, but then decided to be done.
I asked my professor if I passed. She said I did!She showed me my written exam. I made some silly errors, but I did a lot better than my midterm.
... and in the October hol!
After we walked back round through the shopping centre and popped into the market to have another look at the scorpions on a stick… ;) don’t seem as fresh today as aren’t wriggling as much!
Had to take this pic of someone wearing their coat back-to-front… see that a lot here – still haven’t found out why.
... Beatles as part of someones birthday. If I'm honest i really enjoyed it. It was so hot inside the building so most of it was spent outside looking in. The band members are all English, they had to wear full Sgt pepper costumes and wigs! They were dripping because if the heat which was funny. Its was a great night and Kim and her friends were dancing up at the front for the most of the set.
Sunday arrived and it was judgment day for me. In my last post ...
I have to apologize in advance. Since I'm writing this on June 1st, until I'm entirely caught up to today, my memories of the details of these places might be a bit fuzzy. Thank goodness for pictures!
Every day we spent in Beijing (北京）was jam-packed with tourist activities, which is how I like it. First we took a train (maybe 1 stop?) to Tiananmen ...