Home Inn (Beijing Beiwei Road)
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... face masks. Getting to the university I was pretty apprehensive to meet such a large group of people, as there is 60 of us on the internship. So typically to break the ice we ended up at a local bar called Lakers, where we have since spent most nights enjoying the cheap beer but more importantly the free wifi. The first few days of orientation were spent getting to know people and finding out the logistics of the internship. Finally being told where we would ...
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The beginning of the walk up to the wall ascended into the thick forest and up what felt like never-ending steep steps, with its path continuously turning corners giving you the false hope that you were nearly at the top. Imagine walking the steep bit of Pendle Hill three times over, but in the baking China heat ...
... brilliant red Chinese lanterns outside. The
staff were always there to help (only one seemed a little grumpy) and
the place was spacious and clean, with two common rooms to eat the
free breakfast (toast, porridge, melon, tea, coffee and juice), and
lots of rooms. Our private en-suite bathroom was brilliant with only
one down side of a slightly leaky shower/toilet (hard to tell as it
was a wet room). Apart from that, the Chinese telly was amusing and
the bed ...
... and, hopefully, enjoy the views!
After this, who knows! Dave and I are planning to head to Xián first of all to see the terracotta warriors... after that we were going to go to Tibet and on into Nepal but we're kind of wavering at the minute... we like China so much and there's so much to see that we're wondering about maybe extending our visas and spending more time here instead... we shall see!
For now, we'll just go with the flow
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We watched the rugby on Saturday afternoon at a sports bar with a big kids playroom. Another expat venue and brilliantly set up for families. Very disappointing result but we still had a great time meeting lots of the Collins' friends from around the world.