Peixin Hotel Xiaotangshan Conference Center
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... at a similar pace. So after about an hour I got pretty ****** off and sat on a bench just watching the chaos. In the end I worked out that they came through in waves and managed to work my way through the various sights in a more civilised manner, it was an interesting visit and glad I had visited on my own with a pretty good audio guide to explain the various areas. So as my week in Bejing drew to a close I had organised my first trip on a Chinese bullet train to Pingyao ...
... wandering around. Leonie spent heaps and bargained hard for gifts for family and friends. I spent 10 yuan on a small notebook. I did bargain the price down from 50 yuan. Very proud of myself. Met up with the others at 6 for dinner. We went into a small restaurant that sold noodles and dumplings. I bought barbecued pork buns that were really good and only cost 10 yuan. Max's order did not come so Ting Ting had to chase it up. We sat and watched him ...
... the chopsticks on this one and I don’t blame him – not easy !
Up at 4.30am to head off to the Badaling section of the Great Wall of China ! Afraid of sleeping in so didn’t have a great night sleep. The city looks different at 5am – whilst all the main streets and motorways are washed with huge road sweepers – the secondary roads ...
... the area we visited had been completed renovated & the houses turned into bars, shops & restaurants. It was doing a roaring trade & made a stark contrast to the quiet, dark alleys just behind.
The highlight though was a 10km trek up & along the Great Wall, half of which was unrestored (& not officially open to the public). We were dropped at Jiankou & had to walk a tough/ sweaty 1.5km up through woods to get to the first ...
Friday was my last day of work at Save the Children. On Monday I am going back to the first NGO I was supposed to be interning with, Future Generations. The friday at Save the Children was a bit hectic around the office and all my regular lunch partners were involved in some important high level funding meetings. As lunch approached, I finally decided to go by myself out to TGIF, the only one I have seen here in China. It was pretty ...