Orange Hotel (Beijing Jinsong Bridge West)
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... end! We then went to the hotel and I finally got to meet some of the other teachers who would be doing there training with me, it was that evening that I found out that I would be doing my training at the school that I would be working in, we also found out that we had some of the best students and that we would have to scrape most of our lesson plans because they were too easy... Good start ...
... myself for the big scene at the Great Wall. Personally I felt the trip up was way more better then actually getting to the top. As we rose the view of the lake got clearer and fully I took a picture after every flight of stairs. Then when we got the top is was just a statue of the Buddha and some guy trying to sell us stuff.
The Second event that took place while in the summer palace was we went to play in a small park. The crew mainly stayed together until me and Laura ...
... great thing about these Chinese meals is that you keep getting served successive communal plates with the most amazing treats. Did I mention that I love Chinese food?
The next day was fairly leisurely. I had a well-deserved lie-in after I had stayed up late for my final Skype conversation with Regine and a peacefully sleeping Lukas (our one-year old son) whom I had left behind at home. 2 weeks on the train without Wi-Fi access wasn’t going to be easy on our little ...
I think it's been a fairly successful first week on the job. Our supervisors have really gone the extra mile to involve us interns (the two of us in my office, I mean) in all kinds of meetings, briefings, meals, and events around the embassy. I'm surprised there's any time for "work" at all, with all these meetings. We've gotten to meet a couple other summer interns, though most haven't arrived yet; we've also met a number of "summer hires," ...
... secondly, the culture shock is more gradual. We both expected Beijing to be manic and to be pushed and shoved around everywhere but so far, with the exception of the queues for attractions and the subway, it's been very acceptable. We've picked up a few Chinese phrases and I'm keen to learn more as you feel less stupid and obviously more capable so in the downtime I'm practising, although who knows if I'm saying it right. I learnt "no thank you" first and that seems to ...