Spring Garden Courtyard Hotel
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Yesterday we spent the
afternoon at the Beijing Zoo. Parts of the zoo are old and quite depressing
with small , dirty cages. However, the pandas live in beautiful
enclosures and it was worth going to see them. Margaret, they eat
nothing but bamboo – perhaps there is an answer to your neighbours
China is not at all
ethnically diverse and we have all been approached to be in pictures.
... guys Chris who we had got really close to we then spent the next three hours repeatedly saying goodbye as he just didn’t leave the bar. It’s crazy how we’ve only been together a week yet it feels like we’ve know each other for years. After a last day of sightseeing with some of the guys on the internship we had to say goodbye to a massive group of 18 at once. In all whilst we have repeatedly witnessed the slightly eccentric side of the ...
Our day began earlier as we drove about an hour and a half to Mutianyu, a newer access point to the Great Wall. This was built in the early 1400's and is visable from space. It is over 5000 miles in length. Imagine a wall going from New York to LA and then back to Chicago. On the drive there we learned about the "wing woads" that surround Beijing. We heard the history of the People's republic beginning in 1949. ...
Last night, I decided to go out with the Chinese roommates Stephanie and Sally with a couple other people: Caroline, Filipino named Stephanie too, and Anthony. We walked off campus to a nice dumpling place.
Stephanie ordered some veggie and dumplings. They were so yummy. I also got a red bean soup, which reminded me a lot of my mother's cooking. (I didn't take anything pictures because I forgot my camera). ...
... how horrible the toilets are. In Beijing train station, all women squat over little holes which are on display for all other waiting women to see. So disgusting! Also, the majority of people that we crossed paths with in China seemed quite rude compared to South Korea, Japan and infact every other place in the world that we have traveled to. They stare alot, spit (we hear people hock-up at least 10 times a day), push and laugh in our faces. I got ...