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... filled with a mix of cheap Chinese cars and luxury European models - the more expensive and exotic the better. Not only is driving relatively new to most Chinese (past 20 years at best), driving aggressively is another way to display your status and authority. And since Beijing is adding 10,000 more cars per day to an already congested system, you can imagine the result.
For most of our destinations around the world, Caroline had booked us into an ...
... Each village is a mixture of apartment blocks, wooden houses (predominantly red and blue with the odd purple or rust roof) and red brick houses which look like a mini version of the one in 'Dallas', and Yurts. So far we have seen Yaks being herded across a frozen river by a motorcyclist waving his jumper and a horse rider racing across the plains.
It's great to travel through an open vista, ...
Days 8 + 9 – Beijing
Classes and activities these past couple of days have been filled with an abundance of new experiences, and exciting new topics on Chinese traditions and cultures. Focusing on expanding their language vocabulary, and sharpening their communication skills. Class time was filled with text book studies, video lessons, and also with the girls being active in role playing. Topics were centred around friends and getting to know each other, ...
It was lovely to finally not have to be up for anything this morning! Yay! Had a sleep in and got up at 9am. Had to walk down the road to get some money out so we could book the fast train to Shanghai. We are going on Thursday night. It takes just under 5 hours so not too bad! Had a nice breakfast at another Hostel then we took the subway to the Summer Palace, which is pretty much on the other side of the ...
Andy had more acupuncture last night, more big thick needles…… I’m administering sometimes too but only the thin ones that don’t hurt so much ;)
Whilst the guy was here, I’d been struggling to try to get i-tunes to work properly, and he told me that via baidu.com which is China’s version of google (google & China do not get on….!) and you can click on a music tab, like you would maps for example, ...