Xingming Lake Resort
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... he said “this is the ugliest robot in china” which
I laughed at. I asked him to draw a face on it, to give it a bit more emotion,
in which he replied “how do you draw a “sexy” face”. I thought this was very
funny so I drew like a small face with kissing lips. He seemed to like this
because when I came around again there was an identical one on his “robot” with
the caption “very ugly like to kiss u”. ...
... This time the teachers bought a few things guided by the expert bargaining power of the students! Another impressive meal for dinner - this time we enjoyed lots of vegetable, meat, noodle and rice dishes and shared jokes around the table. Then to the evening highlight - a Kung Fu show! The students were awed by a display of martial arts, dance and acrobatics. Back to the hotel to catch up on some rest! Please visit this entry later for ...
... convincing them to come back. The smog varies from day to day. I have seen quite a few blue skies but I'm told winter is terrible and I should invest in a face mask. It isn't as bad as I thought though and I even have an app that tells me the level of pollution outside and the category such as 'healthy' to 'heavily polluted'. So I was warned time and time again that I would get sick within the first two weeks of arriving and I was super happy to make it to day 14 with no ...
Having trouble getting money out of the money machines so have to find a bank of china which seems to be the only one that will accept an international credit card. My card is useless as has no PIN number loaded so cannot be used. Just as well for the internet as makes transferring money around and solving problems so much easier. Went for a walk this morning to look for the nearest bank. Walk was ...
After breakfast we set off to Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City. The day was hot again and we had been told it would be " a long march." Our first stop was Tiananmen Square. There were soldiers everywhere standing at attention and we had been told not to take photos of them directly but if we took them from the side, it would be alright. Peter also asked that we not ask any political questions while we were there. There was an enormous queue ...