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... of guests is limited. To be fair, I'd limit the guests, too, especially during the October holiday. Beida is nice because tourists aren't allowed in at every time of day!
Well, I'd have been disappointed, but Dajiu suggested going on a walk. As we walked away from the gate, I started to apologize, but he told me to cross the street with him and not to worry. We went up some stairs, crossed a pedestrian bridge, and he whispered to me, ...
... with my rugged American looks.
9:00am: After being pushed off the train by a wave of people (I'm not too upset -- at least this time it was my stop), I head for the line 4 train for Anheqiao North.
9:03am: Board my new train, much less packed than the first. I still put my backpack and gym bag by my feet, though.
9:05am: A teenage boy standing in front of me points to the flashcards I'm still going through. "Nice!", he tells me ...
... a straight line. When we got to our room, we almost instantly fell asleep. Long trip...and alcohol.
The next day, I had to wake up bright and early to go to work. I know...second day in Beijing and already have work to do. After eating breakfast at the hotel, Chris, Miaomiao and I walked together to the school. Upon arriving, Chris and I were introduced to the four language teachers and were put right to work making copies ...
... depends on where you are. For lunch we got a subway style roll made up at the local supermarket deli counter, 2 of those & 2 bottles of water for £2.80 which is fab.
After walking lots today, we've realised that we're in a really lovely area at the moment, quiet in comparrison & not so chaotic.
Hope you're all having a good weekend - just got a text from Mum saying it was 28 degrees, wow, enjoy!
... the stink is there we don't even dare to imagine, it is so bad. However, the bad smells are fortunately rare compared to the smell of food being cooked.
The pedestrian traffic down Dazhalan is constant and heavy. Chinese tourists are very prevalent and they always move in large noisy groups (more about them in a later blog). The other group you see are westerners - dazed, newly arrived backpackers looking for accommodation; grey-haired tour groups on a 30 ...
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