Beijing Zi Long Hotel
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... pretty cool – there were many Chinese style shops so I had plenty to look at, especially in the little market. I also had my first experience of the scamming people, and ended up paying 250RMB for a cup of tea. It frightened me a bit, to be honest, so I walked the hour home and cried. At least I had Starbucks!
On the 29th of August I woke up at 6.00 again and got a taxi to a friend’s house. We went shopping and had ...
... stuck to him like glue. Definitely taking on the older brother role...she had him wrapped around her little finger. We were impressed with the care and love that the children receive. We spent almost an hour in one of the houses playing with the kids and taking them to the playground. We all left with the feeling we wanted to come back and stay longer. Our charges for our time there were Wyatt, Kelly and Graham. We were blessed by this part ...
... about a hour and a half plane ride until we arrived in Beijing! The skies are always grey because of the fog and pollution in the air. It was FREEZING!!! I shouldn't complain though because these next couple of days are going to be my last days of winter until...next winter at home! Muhaha! We met our bus tour guide Jessica, who was amazing and super informative! She is so proud of where she lives and knows a lot of history about Beijing. It was about 5:00 PM and ...
... just a random area on the outskirts but hey, you've got to start somewhere!) and stumbled across some street aerobics - just a bunch of old women doing aerobics to a huge boombox on a street corner, with mothers and babies joining in around the edges. We had a go ourselves. I managed to prove the well known fact that coordination and rhythm are not my strong points. We also had time for a large traditional meal at a restaurant where no one spoke English and the 'English ...
... could have done a 10km hike on the wall from one village to the next. unfortunately they were restoring the wall right now so we had to go to the second best option: Mutianyu. Together with Gabi and Rafael we took the public bus. We knew where we had to get off and change to a minibus, so we were pretty optimistic. After about 1 hour ( not almost 2 like we had ecxpected) we came to a stop where people outside told us that this was the right stop and that we ...