Soluxe Sunshine Courtyard Hotel
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... of photos, jostling for the best position or surreptitiously taking photos of, in the case of the Chinese tourists, the western tourists and in our case, the Chinese tourists! It was quite funny really, some people came and asked to have their photo taken with us, and others just hid behind a tree or wall and took a photo from there.
Our top tip for visiting the Forbidden City is to stay right until closing time, and walk the length of the city to get out the front ...
A really good day. We started the day at the Temple of Heaven. A beautiful temple surrounded by park land. It was raining but the Temple was huge. Very cool on the way out with people singing, playing cards, dominoes etc Went to another government shop this time a tea ceremony quite interesting but again the prices were crazy ...
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... in Beijing and therefore there s a big variation in the quality of schools throughout China.
The school has sister schools in Queensland, America, Singapore and the Netherlands involving student and teacher exchanges.
The school facilities were top of the range including an animal museum of animals from al over the world in glass cabinets. This is so students can see the real animals that they see in books. There were immersion rooms e.g. For school leaders a room ...
My family (mom, dad, brother, 2 aunts, 2 cousins) joined me in Beijing 1 week after I had arrived. We spent 2 days in Beijing visiting some of the more traditional sights (before heading over to Guangzhou).
Day 1: Great Wall (Badaling); Ming Tomb (Daling)
Day 2: Forbidden City; Beihai Park, Tian Tan Park.
The sights were inspiring as usual (I had visited them all previously about 7 years ago), but what ...