Jinjiang Inn Beijing Majiapu
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In one of my favourite stand-up comedy routines of all time, the late, great Robin Williams said, "For a true linguistic experience, go drinking with a Scotsman. You can't understand them beforehand!".
Apologies Robin but I'm going to steal that line somewhat and say, "For a true driving experience, get in a Chinese taxi at rush hour. You can't understand how they do it beforehand!".
Ok, I've had some amazing ...
This it it, one of the highlights of our tour. We are all on the bus at 6am to drive about 90 minutes or so to the Great Wall. Today is the Chinese National Holiday so the idea of getting going early is to try and best the traffic do less time driving and more time at the wall. It's cold, about 10 degrees as we set off. We are given a little breakfast pre packed by the hotel. Not good, 2 stale rolls, a bruised banana and a boiled egg and bottle of water. We gave about 30 minutes to go and ...
... I so did not want to go to class because of my cold, but I knew I had to.
For the rest of the morning, I drank the hot coco Greer gave while I was doing Chinese homework in the lounge. Natasha later entered the lounge to do her Chinese homework. She revealed that she lived in Lebanon for a while, so she could learn Arabic.
So far in my study abroad experience, I have met people who have plenty of worldly experience. They have ...
... centre of the park there was even a little Qing residence for the emperor
When you're tired, just take a little rest at the little lakes and ponds around. The most beautiful music came from the tunes of the Guzheng as the wind blew on the willow trees above.
At the ...
... t going to give up without a solid attempt at negotiation. After giving the temple manager Prof. Vinograd's business card, we were allowed to tour the second floor. Up the narrow and steep staircases we climbed, waving the dust away as we went. The second floor held more Buddhas sitting on lotus leaves, and we were definitely more up close and personal than any visitors had been in a very long time.
When we were finished at the temple, the Beida ...