Ibis Hotel Beijing Jian'guomen
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Our second month in Guilin seemed to have slowed down, every morning we taught four to five classes 30 minutes each. Each class we drill words, sentences or songs and play games which include chanting and getting the kids involved. Essentially having fun with the kids, putting on a performance and getting them to learn some english along the way. …
... to jump in and tell her what I wanted.
"You don't do the tones correctly." He told me. Mike showed me how I pronounced things and then he told me what tones I was supposed to use.
Tones are the one thing I suck at in Chinese. They are so hard to do. Most of time, I don't care to pay attention to them.
I told Mike about the video Olivia sent me this morning with the pandas.
Sometime later, Mike told me that I was so ...
... up to them. That makes it sound a lot easier than it was. The clouds/pollution was all around us and 10 minutes into hiking we were all as wet as if we'd just showered and exhausted. A few weeks of sitting in cars will put you right out of shape. There were a lot of perfect trees in the path that you had to use to get up and down the paths. If they weren't there we wouldn't have been able to climb at all because the moisture in the air made everything too slick and muddy. ...
... we had pizza at a place called Tube Station, home to the largest pizza in Beijing. We sat upstairs and on the balcony, where we had a nice view of the live entertainment happening below us. It is beer festival time at Solana, and although I am not a beer drinker, it created a relaxed atmosphere with the live band, good weather and happy crowd. We ended up sitting at a table in front of the band downstairs after we finished dinner to really enjoy the ...
... chicken with green peppers, and green onion pancakes. Too much food but it was really good.
After lunch we walked around an art district housed in an old radio factory. Local artists have made shops and galleries for visitors to walk through.
On the way home we drove by the CCTV building. Brent wanted to see it because it looks like a pair of pants.