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It is all designed in a line so following the crowds and the corridors, we got higher and could see further into the distance. We could then start to see Prospect Hill, this for what we new at the time looked like a massive temple which we were not sure if it was connected to the Forbidden City. Reaching the end of the Forbidden City we could see Prospect Hill was not connected but wanted to explore this too. ...
... I travelled an hour away to the 798 district, an area designated for art exhibitions, sculptures, street art and general alternative vibes. We wished we could have had longer here but our long sleep that morning scupered that plan. We went straight for food that evening, back to the small restaurant with the bearded man joined by Dan and Alvaro. He apologised straight away for his drunken behaviour the day before last and thanked us for coming back. We feasted on more Chinese ...
... is the Trans Siberian like? Firstly, apart from one train a which was 20 minutes late when we got on ( but caught up so arrived on time) every train was bang on time, something of an achievement. Travelling by train from Shrewsbury to Beijing is a bit of fun. Real Russia, the company we used to arrange tickets and visa's, were excellent so there are no barriers to making the journey. A German couple we met several times were doing the same journey (but with different stops) with a ...
... me to take their stuff home! The drive to the airport is easier than the drive out was, so we arrive with plenty of time, pick up our luggage and head to the hourly hotel & showers. They claim they are all booked up and won't have a shower available until 7p, but we leave at 7:30 and this shower is on the outside of security so that won't work. Ask a few more aggressive questions and miraculously they have a family shower room available for us! The slippers ...
... part said: 'My hero is Mr Paul because he is a very good teacher and teaches me English very well. He is the hero of my heart.' Nothing else really mattered that day, because at the end of the day, no silly stressful demo lesson is ever going to hide the fact that here in Beijing, I've rediscovered my love of teaching, and the kids, not the sour teacher that glared at me throughout, was going to change that. And that one sentence from May ultimately made my ...