Qing Lan Plaza Hotel
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... of hours walking around there, we took some slides to get down into the valley again, and sliding down the mountain was great fun! When the slide ended, all I wanted to do was to get back up to the wall, so I could slide down again! Afterwards we went to a restaurant nearby for some lunch, and then we drove back to Beijing. When we got there, we relaxed a bit on the roof terrace at the Hulu hotel, before going to ...
... in the same queue even though we weren't asked for ID. We started with the Forbidden City, so called as it was off limits for 500 years. Emperors lived there and it's a massive complex with many temples, courtyards, an imperial garden, and various rooms. These buildings are huge even in modern terms and unlike anything we have seen before. Then onto Jingshan Park where we climbed to the highest hill. At the top there's a pavilion for taking in ...
... had heart failure, but I figured the guys isn’t going to run away with it as he still has to get me back to the starting point. In Egypt we were warned not to give our cameras to anyone for pictures, as they were likely to run off with it. That included the camel jockey who took me out into the desert riding a camel with no name. Once I got back to the start it was time to get back in the car and go to lunch.
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... practical like marketing or communication. Oh well, I made my life decisions.
On the bright side, I got to pursue my dream of living abroad. Traveling was always something that I wanted to do. My life in Beijing was far more interesting and it provided me a fresh start.
Now, I am thinking about what I am doing after college. It scares me a bit. However, after talking with others, I have realized that nobody has any idea what they ...
... long and tight hugs were exchanged. Lots of "I love yous" in Chinese and in English.
Finally it was time to go. It was hard to peel apart. Final rounds of goodbyes were exchanged and we were off.
I looked back several times and they were all waving. Not leaving until we completely disappeared.
Our students were so busy. They had an insane amount of homework along with final tests and so many other things going on. But somehow they still ...