Regal Kangbo Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... school dining room in a very tired hotel rather than the hotel restaurants you might be accustomed to. It was evident that they weren't expecting us - quite a wait for some (not that it really mattered). Chicken and corn soup. Rice. Noodles with Egg and Tomato. Spicy chicken in AMAZING gravy (including the feet). Pork in sauce. Slow cooked Beef stew. Roti like bread. Coke - and some other bits and pieces. NZ$7 each. Fantastic value. ...
... Chinese Kungfu Masters.
After returning to our dorms at Beijing Normal High School, at around 10:30 pm, we all crashed hard. Tomorrow we have a long day ahead of us again. When quick comment, "Is daddy in jail?" My daughter asked this when seeing pictures of me inside or dorm rooms here. :)
I apologize for the lack of pictures lately. I will do my best to upload some.
... snacks, and headed off to find a place to stay. We were pretty tired, and unusually for us decided on the first place we came to: for 100RMB ($12) we had clean beds, a private bathroom and hot water, although we couldn't make ourselves understood at all to the elderly owner. As it was only early afternoon, and we had an amazing view of it from our hotel courtyard, we decided to make our way over to the Great Wall and see whether this ...
... street that is a big tourist attraction for both locals and foreigners.
There were all kinds of shops that were a little overpriced but had almost everything you could want to buy as gifts in China. Most of us split up with our Chinese partner and enjoyed the local delicacy snack, Shao Bing (Burnt Cake). Sounds yummy huh? It is a sesame see cake-cracker that can be sweet or salty. I thought they were really good. One of ...
... Americans, but were good nonetheless. It is amazing how much talent some of the kids have. Especially those who are really shy.
We then were "scheduled" to go back to No. 6 High School to tour the grounds and play games. After being led through a museum of the schools, most Chinese schools have one, the kids enjoyed playing basketball, badminton, volleyball, ping pong, calligraphy, and, hack sack. They Chinese ...