Bijia Resort

Bijia Moutain Training Center, Shidu Town, Fangshan District, Beijing, 102411, China | Resort
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This resort is located in the 房山 area of Beijing.
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    Beijing - China

    A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Aug 03, 2014


    ... have stopped making these as every one is at least 100 years old!!!!! The subways and the local buses are particularly crowded - its always standing room only. My camera is having trouble focusing on anything more than 50 meters away. The haze (that's what they call it) means the auto focus just can't cope. But that is what I expected and I'm still alive. Maybe I am here at a good time though!!! The city is dirty but not as dirty as I expected. There is an army of ...

    Beijing- Summer Palace and the Great Wall of China

    A travel blog entry by kirstyollie on Oct 29, 2013

    60 photos

    ... 3 hours on the wall before lunch so we knew we would have to turn back after one and a half hours. We wanted to try and get as far as we could, so we set off at quick pace, although we were stopping along the way to take photos of the remarkable views. I began to get really hot and was glad that I wasn't wearing as many layers as some people were. There were people selling drinks and souvenirs along the way which became pricier the further along that you got! Ollie wanted ...

    Lama Temple and Silk Street Market - Day 1

    A travel blog entry by sue_and_brian on May 18, 2013

    7 photos

    ... of pants and 2 shirts. Walked through some of the local hutongs on our way back to the hotel-alleyway communities- the residents live close together in the hutong neighbourhoods-visitors are safe/welcome-little hole-the-wall places serve food at outside street tables, locals walk and play with children in the street, adults play games huddled around a little card table dimly lit with a single low watt bulb, people ride bicycles to go places. A day of many rich ...

    Weeks 2 & 3: Part One

    A travel blog entry by michelleyeager on Sep 15, 2012

    27 photos

    ... words during our in-class discussion. The deal with many Chinese words is I've learned it, but have not used it. It's time consuming, but with some things you just have to buckle down and do it.

    I really enjoy my teachers, I have five! They are all extremely nice, and I have agreed to teach Weiwei Laoshi how to swim next semester. Weiwei Laoshi teaches my comprehensive class and is the sweetest teacher I have, though she is also strict. I am excited to be ...

    Being a lost and confused 老外

    A travel blog entry by elisehuerta on Jun 16, 2012

    3 comments, 12 photos

    ... that "of course you have to give your roommate a gift, you got here first!" We have the weekend to spend with them, then the language pledge starts on Monday. The language pledge means no English, not even a word, not even for beginners. Apparently speaking just a word of English can take you out of your immersion and have you thinking in English again. I'm still keeping this blog in English, though, because it's only a verbal pledge. I'm nervous but excited.


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