Haibei Lvyuan Resort
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... the tickets for tomorrow and draw out some money. Both missions were a disaster. The cashpoint I found would not accept any of our cards and we needed cash to collect the train tickets. We eventually found a taxi driver who spoke some English and took us to a cashpoint. Apparently there are international cashpoints and local cashpoints, for local people.
... which made my heart melt when I found this out earlier this evening.
As a round off for today, we asked them to write down questions that they would like to ask us and what they have enjoyed this week which we will answer on Tuesday when we next teach them. The questions that we have received have been both cute and hilarious. Highlights being “Do you have a girlfriend?” “Do you like Chinese girls?” (The latter we suspect is from a young girl ...
... in 2010 it was revealed that 1 in 10 meals cooked in Chinese restaurants used cooking oil dredged up from drains and sewers. From the bus we saw red sand gorgeous gorges on the right, green mountains on the other side. Woods; tall trees in neat rows going on forever. A lonely grave but not untended; a mound with many bright wrapped flowers, then a sprinkling more graves. Farmland; little trees in giant fields. A yellow swamp; reeds; a lone dog sniffing. An ...
... be visiting! I directed myself to the
ticket office, stood in the line fore 15min and 60 Yuan poorer I got myself an
entrance ticket J
The forbidden city is really huge and before you get to the actual main
entrance you have to walk a few hundred metres (there was even a basketball
field...I didn’t know the emperors fancied a little game of Bball!!) and get
rid of about the same amount of people wanting to offer you their services as ...
... surprise, they were closed. So we took a few photos from outside again and then decided we would try one more stop and see if it was open. We were going to a temple called "The Lama Temple" which our group the day before was actually discussing over lunch. In the temple they have street fairs and markets over the New Year period. We jumped back on the subway and made our way to the temple which was also closed. Not having much luck really. By this time we were both a bit peckish ...