Hotspring Holiday Inn Beijing Moon River
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... later imprisoned when he stopped towing the line.
Following lunch we took some Rickshaws on a tour of a Hutong area - the traditional alleyways of old Beijing. Definitely had the feeling we were being taken down pre-approved streets to see what we were supposed to see. Still, it was a lot of fun, if somewhat contrived.
Later we went off to see an acrobat show, which the kids thoroughly enjoyed.
My scariest experience happened in Amsterdam aged about 16
and saw me hiding for three days. To-date only about three people know about
that. I might revisit it in a future blog.
Back to now and I’m sat drinking a Green tea (it tastes so
much BETTER than the **** we get at home!) trying to summon up the energy to go
I have to drag my bag on the rush hour subway, find the
railway office, exchange my bits ...
... What an amazing day. Around every new turn that is what I said. I sounded like a record player with a scratch constantly repeating. Joe the tour guide arrived at 8am and we loaded ourselves into the minivan for our 2 hour drive to the wall. Joe talked all the way about the age and the dynasty's responsible for the Great Wall. His English was exceptional and we had no trouble whatsoever in understanding him. He had a nice nature and the kids took to him straight away. ...
... we were informed by Benson on the drive home that the airline is in serious trouble and in need of restructuring. Although the airline claims to privately held, in reality it is state-owned and the government heavily subsidizes it in order to keep it from folding.
Wanting to take full advantage of our time in Beijing, the young’uns headed to Xiu Nightclub. China certainly makes for some good people watching, I’ll just leave it at that. ...
... been Chinese, Chinese, and more Chinese. On October 12th I took my midterm, and this past week we studied the last chapter in our book--that's twelve chapters in six weeks, aiya! 哎呀！"Aiya" translates to "ah," "dang," or "oh my gosh." It's paying off though, as my teacher has said "进步很大! Jinbu hen da!" (great progress). Yesterday, our language activity was our class, 311, debating against the advanced classes, the 400 ...