Motel 168 Beijing Anzhen Bridge
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... We approached a man who looked like that he worked there and he told us which carriage to get on. From there we were given our assigned seats in first class. Business class seats were in like little pods, that came with bells and whistles. Our seats were a bit too hard for such a long drive, 5 hours. We got breakfast given to us, very simular to airplane food. Well kids its official ...
... at 7.30am !! Everyone from 80yr olds to 8 month old babies were on the wall – stopping every 2 minutes for carefully posed and positioned photos. I wanted to trip up the posers who were RUNNING ! up the Wall. It felt surreal to be there and we kept saying to each other ‘ I can’t believe we are on the Great Wall of China !!’ – it’s ...
... there was another train we could take. There were SO MANY PEOPLE waiting for this train. It turns out this train is set up similar to a bus, as in first come first served for seats, others would have to stand. We also weren't allowed to wait on the platform, we had to wait in the station.
So when the train pulled up, the station doors opened and everyone started running across the platform to the train! I ran and I ran and I ran and I got a seat! Janie said I ran ...
Dinner tonight was very westernised, we had Peking duck and normal western dishes you would expect from the local Chinese.
So the new family seem really great, a nice mix of people and all ages. Should be a good week!!
So we have just hit Groundhog Day!!! Steve did his research really well and told me we would not double up on anything, hmmmm, next time I better check that for myself. So back to the wall for us, but good thing Pan took us ...
... back to Beida from Tienanmen on the evening of October 1, Carolyn and I walked around Weiming Lake and enjoyed the evening until the wenzi became unbearable. Much like my skills at Chinese and English are fluctuating, my relationships with my friends here and abroad/back home are in similar swing. In two months I'll be saying goodbye to people here and then meeting a new crew in January. I would not say I am miserable about this, but I will certainly miss ...