The Emperor Beijing Forbidden City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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We landed in Beijing at 1:05am, tired from almost no sleep, anticipating an hour wait for customs but no delay at all, speedily through the customs and bag collection, easy peasy. Our driver was waiting with our cardboard name sign and drove at a good speed to our funky hotel. The snaps show our room, the lobby is orange but every hall is another …
Smooth & calm flight; around 9000 KM from Zürich to Beijing. Thanks to our early arriving (6:40 in the morning), we could start our visit to The Forbidden City (called The Palace Museum) before the big rush. This place is huge; we spent / walked around for more than 3 hours there and visited the main parts, the garden and a clock museum. …
At the end of our week of orientation with LoveTEFL there was only a few of us left at UIBE waiting to be moved to our placements. Unlike some who were still waiting for information on their placements we were given an extra week of training. Our placement is with a private language education centre called MaxEN, which stands for Max your education, Enhance your learning, based in shopping centres in some of the larger cities in China. As a company they seemed keen to give us all ...
... We walked and climbed the wall for about 2 km in an area called Mutianyu. It was very cool and fun to walk on the Great Wall.
My Mom and Dad took a lot of pictures and didn't want to leave ...
... playing cards came out and some games of Kings Cup commenced, along with some occasional karaoke singing, and some tequila might have made the rounds. Long story short, the next morning I remembers why I quit doing tequila shots 16 years ago. It was puke free, but lets just say I was not in top form. With my time in China at an end (thanks a lot for not giving me that 3 month visa China), I was off to Kyrgyzstan to begin the next leg of my trip, Central Asia trekking and the Silk ...