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Travel Blogs from Langfang
... crawled out from under the shower and the beds were very hard and uncomfortable to sleep on, and no one spoke English at the counter in the lobby which made things a bit difficult. Last but definitely not least was the springs valley hotel the rooms were big enough so we could just get one and a few of the managers at the hotel spoke quite good English. The showers in the room had no cockroaches but were see through with a see through curtain around ...
After a two hour drive to the Great Wall, we took a cable car to the top. I don't know how many people would actually climb up to the wall, it is so steep. When we got to the top we had a couple of hours to wander along it. The view from the towers is stunning. Some parts were steeper than others and the steps are quite uneven. Never the less it is one of those amazing things that I will never forget. Didn't see any rabbits though. ...
... to which I'm not opposed :).
I'm looking forward to starting classes on the 7th of September! Right now I'm just making lesson plans and enjoying the end of the summer here.
Two days ago my roommate moved it. He seems pretty cool, he's an American so we have a similar life experience, however he is 27 with a master degree. As ...
We got to Beijing a bit quicker than expected. It only took us 9 hours with a following wind. We arrived at the hotel after a bus journey of about 45 minutes and pleasantly surprised by the size of the room. after we attended the tall briefing in the afternoon we discovered ...
... I am getting the hang of chopsticks finally.
Even with a language barrier I had a tailor make me a silk shirt today. It cost less than $200US.
The Chinese don't like to be yelled at and get upset and will do anything to rectify the issue.
How to push and shove my way onto a subway seat.
How to recharge my utilities cards.
That I have to give ...