Beijing Yanshan 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 ...
... back to the library, I saw how pretty the pond was next to my Chinese language classroom building. I decided to sit on a bench there and stared at the fishes in the water (didn't have my camera on me). Took some minutes there to enjoy the beautiful weather.
Then, I returned to the TBC library. I decided to talk with Dean Moses for a bit. During our conversation, I told him that I was very sad to leave Beijing soon because this year had been ...
... the hotel by 9am. First stop was Mangyongdae Native house, the birthplace of President Kim Il Sung and where he spent the earliest years of his life. It was essentially a traditional straw house set in a pretty grassy area dotted with trees. We couldn't work out whether this was actually were he was born or another propaganda stunt, however the house seemed quite out of place! As usual we got the VIP treatment with the locals having to queue ...
... for my room. The Beijing plumbing system was not built for the amount of people it has now, so the water is not potable. You also are not supposed to dispose of toilet paper in the toilet, or flush any other rubbish down there.
By the end of each day, my feet are aching and my legs are tired. It does feel good to accomplish so much before I start classes, to minimise everything that has to be done after classes start. I have been so ...