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... do as we pleased, at the pace that suited us. The Great Wall of China was another breathtaking sight. We chose to go to the Mutianyu section of the wall due to the fantastic views around the area. As we were visiting off-season, the wall was not crowded with tourists which made it peaceful and a very surreal place to be. We took the cable car up to tower 16, where we walked along the wall, took some fantastic pictures and enjoyed the views. The wall is 4,000 miles long and we walked ...
... It was time for the girls to spread their wings even further, and adapt to days spent without the familiar comforts of their fellow students and teachers. They were about to experience Chinese living and culture in its true form.
By 7.00am (Beijing time) Saturday, some of the girls were already departing for the day with their buddies and families, some girls lucky enough to sneak in Pizza for breakfast with their buddies and hosts! As the ...
... get another one without her paying for it.
We then walked to the subway. As I was waiting for Bethany to buy her ticket, Robb said hi to me. Shari and Jean were next to me and was shocked that I was right there. Point in case: I blend into the background here.
Bethany and I got on the subway back to school. Eleven stops. So long, but was so happy to go back. At school, we ran into Caitlin before deciding to go back to our rooms.
... thriving 21st century urbanations. The rest of the country evens out the numbers so that China can claim it’s a developing country. They’re bluffing, but it’s all good capitalism.
Beijing, for example, contains a New York City – people, buildings, shopping, food, culture. It also contains a Tijuana, Casablanca and an Ouagadougou, no less diverse. The combination is exciting on a ...
... impressed with how the school where I'm student teaching approaches all the different cultures represented there. There is much more global awareness at this school than there is at any school I've been in before. They take time to discuss different cultures and traditions during class. And it's not just for one unit during the year, it's all the time! I admire the effort they put into celebrating how God has make each of his peoples!