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I feel like I haven’t really gone into much detail about
what we’d during our classes so I thought I use this entry to explain what kind
of things we do during class. Class runs from 8:30 to 4:30 with various breaks
in the middle… our first three lessons are generally classroom running
activities while our last two our mandarin lessons.
Our first lesson of the day is run by Alex it’s usually focused on teaching Vocabulary or other aspects ...
Welcome to Beijing. This is the view from my hotel room at 6am - thats not fog - its smog!
At 7:30am we were picked up by our tour guide Michael, where Trevor and I set off for a day trip. Our first visit was The Great Wall of China - and it was spectacular. Beautiful Autumn morning and we went to Badaling - I managed to climb up to about 3 towers in height, before I decided that I was officially a ...
... shopping complex. There were more Lamborghini's being sold than postcards. Plus it never seemed to die down. Jess and myself met up with Jacob about midnight and we went for food together but even then the airport was still in full swing. After that we ended up falling asleep inside a telephone box inside the terminal. We were all feeling quite groggy by the time we reached tropical Beijing. Jacob and myself were put in a taxi (paid for by our hosts) and despite nearly ...
... The Summer Palace and of course a look at the Bird's Nest Olympic Stadium since our last blog and you'll see we've packed in quite a lot in our time in Beijing. It's a shame that it's come to an end. We have to say Beijing is one of the best places we've ever visited and we would highly recommend to you, Mr and Mrs Avid Reader. We could have stayed longer but there's a whole world to see out there! Next stop Xi'an and the Terracotta Warriors. Phil and Mups ...
Wow, busy full day. Started with breakfast in the hotel. Then orientation with our darling guide, Amber. We met the other families in the green group. The kids got welcome bags from CCCWA & BLAS. Then it was off to Tian'an Men Square and Forbidden City. FC was huge and public only gets to see about 10%2525 of it. Next we were off to the Hutong Village. We all got in rickshaws for a 10 minute ride to a ...