Plaza Hotel Beijing
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... trying and just really wanted the day to end. It was overwhelming in a way that I don’t think I can properly communicate. If felt like I was drowning in a sea of people.
We left the Forbidden City and once again I asked to take a cab to our next stop, Wangfujing Street. The guide said that we wouldn’t be able to get a cab here and offered up the subway as an alternative. Great, an underground plague bus, I can **********tain my joy ...
After 2 weeks of incredibly busy teacher training it is all finally coming to an end, the students have been great, and the Chinese teachers have been very kind and helpful. Many of the other teachers who were doing their training with me are feeling sad to be leaving there students who they have become so attached to, but for me it is only the beginning. Not many of the students know but ...
Woke up early because I had tutoring with Jacky at eight am. It sucked to not be able to sleep in anymore, but I highly value my Chinese tutoring. So I actually got a chicken wrap from the cook I went to last semester.
She smiled when she saw me. As typical, she laughed at my attempt at ordering breakfast. Then, I asked her for soy milk. I rushed to the basement lounge for tutoring.
... the while at how china has somehow transformed us into total idiots with intuition that is entirely opposite of how things actually function. We made it to our spot on time and the train takes us to Shanghai. TL;DR: Chinese culture is efficiency or GTFO; somehow nothing here is intuitive for an American; Chinese food can be confusing but good; pollution haze makes it feel dreary all the time; THE GREAT WALL and MAO!!!; always save your receipts; damn train...again, china is ...
... to us they would deliver the tickets to our hostel later that day. What a mission!!! We had a late, but delicious lunch and then slowly made our way to see the Drum & Bell Towers. They are beautiful and quite interesting in themselves, but unfortunately do not look much different to every other traditional Chinese building you see so really it was an anti- climatic day. On our way back, however, Mitch found "Culinary Street" (Dongzimennei Dajie), a ...