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... disrupt whoever
they were near. In my defence, when I had asked the teachers about what to do
if I get a naughty kid they just laughed and said “In china? Oh no I doubt
you’ll ever have to discipline them” so I was a bit out of my league.
I finished the activity and got the children to return to
their seats… I knew there was no way that the kids would do the next activity
properly (Make up their own questions) and I also ...
... draw pictures, like ninjas or monks. We met out 12th, and final member of the group, Allegra. She flew to Beijing a couple weeks ago to visit old friends, since she used to live here.
We dropped our bags and headed to dinner. It wasn't a long walk to the restaurant, maybe 5 minutes. It was tiny, with only one long table, which we had. We were the only customers. We don't order our own meals, the leaders order a bunch and we take what we want. Pretty soon all of ...
... rafting trips passing by rice paddies, traditional fishermen (some still using domesticated cormorants to capture fish for their human masters), and herds of water buffalo resting on the shores. It reminded me of the Asian river scene that the Leifer and Siskind family painted at The Paint Bar for Teri’s 60th birthday. It is also the scenery that China puts on their 20 Yuan bill. But China is changing and consumerism has intruded on the serenity. We ...
... men in military outfits were on the periphery. On the whole, it was not that impressive. We wandered until we found ourselves outside of Mao’s mausoleum, but it was closed. Freezing cold and extremely hungry at this point, we headed off in search of food.
After consulting a map, we realized we were near what was supposed to be an amazing snack street. Twenty minutes walk later, we found our target and went to explore. My first thought ...
Pre Blog A second full day in Beijing with our group, so lots more to see. Live Blog Well a good start to the day - our guide said we will leave at 7.30 - no problem as the bar on the 6th floor opens for breakfast at 6.30 am and the restaurant downstairs at 7.00 - but this is china timings. We gave up upstairs at 7am, Donna and Helen headed to the main restaurant for Chinese breakfast and I headed out for a McDonalds sausage McMuffin !! We set off ...