Dongzhimen Golden Pineapple Youth Hostel
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... guide, Joan was there to greet us and she whisked us off to our bus. Traffic was terrible, bumper to bumper on a magnificent freeway and as we approached central Beijing it only got worse. The decision was made to stop for dinner prior to hotel to avoid more traffic jams. Another Chinese banquet - it is amazing though that I don't think we have had any dish twice. Made it to our hotel around at 7.00. Time for a look around ...
... at the ticket office and finally discovered that all overnight trains had completely sold out. So instead we decided to extend our stay in Beijing by a day and get the only available tickets - the high speed, more expensive, train departing at 7.36am. We finally handed over the 1,106 yen for our train tickets (£55 each) on our third visit to the cash only ticket office. Finally, we had a way to get to Shanghai! We got ...
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by but even so, while working in Thailand I would still get a queasy sinking
feeling in my stomach when yet again I had to rescue one of our cats from
attempting to hunt boa constrictors.
One morning in particular, still half asleep I wandered into our parking area where
one of the cats was stood, fur raised in front of an irate cobra. The serpent
was really not having a good day. It’s hood up it was darting ...
... to place) 5. Men like to walk around with their shirts rolled up and their stomachs hanging out. I will never forget all the “Bellies of Beijing”. But most importantly, Beijing was my first taste of Chinese culture. This was the first time I was in a position where I was truly an outsider, more like an alien, and it was great experience to see what that feels like. I tried lot’s ...
During the first week of classes, the phrase “加油” (jiayou) became the official motto of all immersion students. The direct translation of jiayou is "give oil," but when used the phrase has the meaning of "come on." This semester is like one never-ending marathon, where we are always going at full speed and the weekends are not sufficient rest. Still, I am loving it, and I am confident all the hard work is paying off.
These past few ...