Renaissance Beijing Capital Hotel
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Matthew and I had a fantastic first day in Beijing. We explored the Jingshan Park and walked around central Beijing. In the afternoon, we want to the ex-pat section in Sanlitun. Upscale restaurants and shopping - Matthew was in his glory. Jet lag is a problem and Matthew was sound asleep by 7 p.m.
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You don't need any specific skills or qualifications to be a buddy,you just need to be enthusiastic and willing to give your time and attention to these children for a few hours. We run four different BB sessions, each aiming to foster creativity, teach new skills and encourage an atmosphere for happiness and fun…
Our Beijing Buddies Teachers lead volunteers at two ...
... up with a strategy what to do if we didn’t all get out on time!
We can’t leave Beijing before trying a Riksja at night. So nice with a bit of wind (don’t think about the traffic and everything that can go wrong!). Everything needs to be negotiated; so when it came to paying they wanted more then what we agreed on….The drivers won this round!
The Great Wall, is really the GREAT wall. We have organized a biketrip and we ...
... Sydney I thought we had made a mistake having the 2 days back in Beijing when we could have had these in Sydney and done the 24 hour straight flight, but now we are here and the hotel has over exceeded our expectations it was definitely the right decision. We have had a fantastic relaxing day and will do the same tomorrow before we head off early on Sunday morning. So bring on tomorrow, I just hope Ryan and Sam can compose ...
... the odd e-bike now and then. But now, the place is crawling with them. Public bathroom facilities are in every alley. Extremely narrow pathways between some of the homes, snake even deeper into the maze, often leading to dead-ends. We noticed chained up bicycles or motorcycles and low value household items stored in the courtyards and passageways. We could not see into the actual living areas; kitchens or bedrooms. It was fun to explore and we ...