Xiang Da International Hotel
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... in teaching English using both classroom based lesson plans as well as games and interactive activities. No teaching experience is required. Volunteers work one-on-one or in small groups with students, helping them with English speaking and listening and building confidence in their overall English skills. Sessions can be attended once or regularly depending on your availability.
... a group of about 8 people which wasn't too bad and our guide spoke flawless English, I was sure he had studied in the US or something but he had just picked it up... Anyways, we started with the Tianamen square (where there of course was no mention of the June Fourth Incident in 1989....) and we then entered the Forbidden city. It was absolutely massive! It took us nearly two hours to walk through it (we stopped quite a bit on account of the guide's lectures) but it ...
... Then onto Paddy’s without American friend who flew back to Shanghai in the early morning but with an Aussie friend for a couple of pints of the black stuff.
Saturday and first weekend alone I wake up around 11am and think the apartment is empty and I’m still in bed and I can stay here without getting told off. Happy days however, one of our neighbours has invited me to meet her for lunch at the 1st floor @ 1.30pm. Avid ...
... off with our bikes about 30k’s from the wall and have a great ride through the hills, through small towns and past corn fields. The area is still very smoggy and there is lots of rubbish. From our accommodation we can walk through a ‘secret passage’ and pay Y2 ($0,40) entry fees. The wall is very impressive and we are on a stretch that has hardly any other tourists (just 2 with a guide that takes them to a watch tower to sleep there for ...
... to burning huge amounts of coal to generate electricity. After a nice long walk we returned to the Marriott by taxi and spent the rest of the afternoon enjoying the our beautiful hotel. Fortunately, we have previously been to Beijing twice and have visited all of the must-see sites - so glad we were able to see them in a relatively pollution-free enviornment. For today - the conditions just didn't inspire us to be outside.
Tomorrow, we take ...