Bijia Resort

Bijia Moutain Training Center, Shidu Town, Fangshan District, Beijing, 102411, China | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Will Always Be a Foodie

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


Strangely, I just woke up at eight-thirty this morning. I just got up and did laundry. It was the perfect opportunity to sleep in, but I much rather get things done.

I drank some tea that Emi gave me a few days ago. Then, I started on my homework. After an hour of work, I fell asleep in my bed.

So lazy to get up. Whatever to my homework. It was not until twelve that I finally decided to prepare my presentation for class.

It was around two ...

China - Beijing

A travel blog entry by kcullivan


... normally rarely get sick but figured it was because I didn't have much sleep and perhaps I was just run down. It took every effort for me get back to the hostel which fortunately wasn't far. I had to force myself to skip seeing a beautiful park called Jing Shang literally next door. Normally I'd tough it out. Instead, the minute I got back to the hostel I crawled in bed, set my alarm for 6:30 and went to bed for an hour and a half. My alarm went off twice and I kept sleeping. ...

2 Week Study Trip: Tibet and Buddhism

A travel blog entry by michelleyeager


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"I would say Buddhism in China is close to me sometimes, but sometimes it also far away from me. The reason I say it close to me is people go to temples, some people they have really respectful faith in Buddhism, so they don't eat meat at all because Buddhism requires people not to eat meat. The reason I say it is far away from me is because people have less time and less attention to Buddhism in this modern society. China is developing fast, in this big ...

What can one do with 7 hours at an airport?

A travel blog entry by anne.bao


... was grumbling. He had drunk water from a water fountain in the airport. Above the fountain there was a sign that read "potable water fit for drinking to international standards". Obviously there was something funky about the water because Mark made good use of the toilet whilst I (who didn't drink the Chinese tap water) was fine.

I did however accidentally press the emergency help alarm whilst in the toilet and a screaming siren sounded. ...

出去2011! And a milestone

A travel blog entry by nickchico

... catch another bus (the 699) to 上地环岛东 ;, and then walk another 5 minutes to the office. The whole journey takes around 75 minutes in total. Then I repeat the process in the evening, except it takes a little longer due to traffic.

Because I live so far away, I have to wake up early, and I get back late. It also means that I can't really venture anywhere else in Beijing, as transport to my area isn't particularly ...


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