The Great Wall Sheraton Hotel
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... So this would be the most white people I have seen all week. While at dinner we heard a rumor about a celebrity on board.... Joanna from Absolutley Fabulous is on this train. Yes, she was next to us in the dinner carriage. She looked very beautiful. I never spoke to her, but I didn't really watch the show. Border Crossing time!!! 9.48 we arrive at the China border to cross into Mongolia. They come on board and take your passports and then you have 2 hours ...
... very very surprised at how Americanized it was--and by this I mean that the drinks were on a board in English and they played all our music. Upstairs there was a bar and some large lounge seating. At 10pm the basement opened and we went downstairs and danced for awhile. I ended up having a Rum Coke which is of course there version of a Rum and Coke for 20yuan and 3 Kamakazi shots for 20yuan each. At this bar/club, I had to use a public restroom for the first time. ...
... that intrigued the boys may have made some sense to me....or maybe not. We gained so many insights into the customs of the harvest, the seasons and the balance in nature. Howard wove stories within stories as we explored walls within walls. But always, the adventure and exploration was accompanied by the crush and rush of soooo many people. The park benches and resting places played host to hordes of card players and players of Chinese chess. People of all ...
... it! This is where I decided to itch my mosquito bite on my leg with my dirty flip flop :-/ that was a subconscious mistake!
We also found the bell and drum tower which we visited and had to climb some very steep stairs to reach it!!!! Pretty cool tho - although the views weren't that amazing, we ...
With the beautiful blue sky that greeted us on Friday gone, Beijing has retreated to its normal grey skies as I carried on doing more jobs.
The past few days have been so busy. If I have learned anything before I have started class, it is how to queue. In China, the population is so huge, that queues seem to be everywhere. For each job I've ticked off my list, I have had to wait for so long. Sometimes I have queued only to be told that I was in ...