Beijing Zi Long Hotel
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slowly as I could imagine, gave them an example and concept check and I was
still getting no response from the class, well this was making me very nervous
so I started the game. I tossed the ball
to the first girl who said her name, that she was from china and “I like… ah…
d-d-dancing?” oh god I thought they can’t speak English, my heart dropped I
knew there was no way they would be able to complete the activity I had poured
... guys Chris who we had got really close to we then spent the next three hours repeatedly saying goodbye as he just didn’t leave the bar. It’s crazy how we’ve only been together a week yet it feels like we’ve know each other for years. After a last day of sightseeing with some of the guys on the internship we had to say goodbye to a massive group of 18 at once. In all whilst we have repeatedly witnessed the slightly eccentric side of the ...
... when we attempted to take a photo. The Wangfujing area is famous for its night market and so we followed the crowds into a crowded side alleyway and immediately came face to face with all sorts of local culinary delights, mainly fried and on sticks. The fried fish looked quite appetising, but the first things we saw were scorpions skewered on sticks and displayed prior to frying, some still alive and madly writhing. There were lots ...
... my eyes visible. We were both still freezing. Amid our bumbling attempts at finding a place to buy tickets because we were pretty sure we were near the Forbidden City, I was in an almost catatonic state from what I will call Lao Wai Overload.
I was gawking and staring worse than anyone I myself had encountered in China. Where I live, I never see white people I don’t know. I never hear conversations I can actually understand. All of ...
A day begins by waiting for the local guide to meet me at my hotel lobby. Then we went, walking to Tian'anmen Square. Tian'anmen Square is the largest public square in the world, it is unbelievably large, by the way I stood there...zillions of people were busying taking photographs or selling fake stuff to the tourists. According to the fact, 1 million of people stand from shoulder to shoulder fit in that square. Looking north is a portrait of Mao with Forbidden City behind that ...