Hanting All Seasons Beijing Chaoyangmen
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... of green beans and rice. The mild spicy beef was very spicy and it made Catherine sweat bullets. Sean had never seen her sweat so much. We are saving the medium spicy shrimp for dinner. Lastly, we boarded a bullet train to our next adventure in Xian, pronounced See-Ann. Our guide Jack led us to the waiting area for our train. The train left at 3:45pm and we will arrive in Xian at 10:30pm tonight. Our train is going 300 km per hr. We will eat in the train when we're ...
... had come to LaTrobe in September/October) took us around the campus for a tour. It is such a beautiful campus, and absolutely huge. There are shops, 11 different dining halls, museums and more. At breakfast, Laura (our team leader) gave us our welcome packs, which included tokens for buying food at the dining halls that we can use (only 3 of them), a map, a lovely notebook and pen, and an updated itinerary. It was again very very cold, and we saw icicles on ...
... plan, I had a good 20+km walk returning in time for the meeting with Koryo Tours where we heard the do's and don'ts of travelling in the DPRK and a bit of an insight of what we were in for.
. Respect the leaders, bowing when required
. Ask permission before taking photos
. Always photo the full statue from in front and never partial or arty shots
. Gifts for guides. Carton of smokes for men, chocolates for female guide is the ...
... up said no.
This semester, the program is having the Chinese roommates to take the new people to the show during rush hour on the subway. Last semester, they did that too. It was so stupid to try to have everyone to get on the train at once. Not practical. I told Mike that they should just separate the groups.
Do not get me wrong. TBC is great. However, there are some moments that make me question the logic behind their planning.
... we made our way to the Forbidden City.
As you walk into the Forbidden City you are overwhelmed by both the sheer number of people there and the size of the place. Fact of the day No2 (according to our guide!) The Forbidden City is over 600 years old and has 9999.5 rooms in it and it would take you 27 years if you stayed in a different room each night. We made our way through the different sections of the palace stopping for group and single photos. ...