Aijia Hostel

No.9 Shuangxiu Community, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100088, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Back to school!

A travel blog entry by tracy-andy-pez

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... each day / week etc. but I think once I’m into the flow of it, it will be a bit easier. I have an hour after my lunch break for prep when the children are having their nap.

My working day is longer, 8am – 5pm, with an hour for lunch. I am getting up at 6.30am instead of 7.45am, I have a 15 minute cycle each way to work (good exercise for me!) and I’m on my feet most of the day, looking after small children. That resulted in a very ...

Tea and Temples

A travel blog entry by jenksms2010

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After signing off last night at around 11:30 pm or so, visiting 5 different floors to make sure everyone was finally in bed, discovering Kyle and Aaron still had no electricity, and getting that fixed, I finally went to sleep at around 12:30 am. At 1:30 am the phone rang. "We need the Visa right away in the lobby." OK-Sit in PJ's in lobby until 2:30 am, hand off Visa to take back to airport, finally crawled under the amazing silk comforter that all Chinese hotels seem ...

China: Part I

A travel blog entry by globehunters

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... Adjacent to this luxe apartment is a school. Every morning around 7am, we watched from above the school kids gathering. Clothed in their uniforms and red communist scarfs marching to songs and stretching in formation to communist music prior to entering the building in marching formation. This went on every morning, including Saturday. The marching, the uniform and the 6-day scheduled reminded Geula of her youth in USSR. We ...

Olympic preparation

A travel blog entry by ricao

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... walking around the Bird's Nest, I accidentally got in the way of someone's photo and the guy was shouting at me: "帅哥!帅ࡽ 3;!" At first I had no idea he was speaking to me and then I turn around to see him angrily motioning me to get out of his shot.

We had maybe an hour or so to look around the area ourselves. There really isn't much to do in the area besides ...

The greatest wall

A travel blog entry by ncalla13

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... me being a woman of principle I REFUSE to pay again..i ask her to point us towards the path to walk down and she blatantly ignores me (yet another time I want to learn how to say F-off in Chinese) Forget her, we'll find our own way. On our hike down through an unbeaten path; we are still trying to wrap our minds around what we just experienced, feeling nothing less then blessed to have the opportunity. Great Wall- we part ways now but we will see you ...

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