Xingming Lake Resort
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in my sleep and slobbering on my pillow.
The first night, we had a group dinner and stuffed our faces with Peking duck and about 18 other dishes. There was enough food to feed a small army regiment and bonus, it was only $20 for each of us including local beer, a 500 ml bottle no less! Good, cheap food; cheap, cold beer...this is good travelling!
On Sunday, we visited the sprawling city of Beijing where 25 million people ...
... face masks. Getting to the university I was pretty apprehensive to meet such a large group of people, as there is 60 of us on the internship. So typically to break the ice we ended up at a local bar called Lakers, where we have since spent most nights enjoying the cheap beer but more importantly the free wifi. The first few days of orientation were spent getting to know people and finding out the logistics of the internship. Finally being told where we would ...
... friend ended up saying I would look ridiculous if I put it on, so I said no thanks.
Then she shouted after me: "OK, OK, 50."
I said "No I don't want it anymore."
So she says "If you don't want it why you bargain? Are you OK? Do you have to go to the hospital?"
So I snorted really loud ad couldn't stop laughing.
These people are so aggressive and brutal.
We had lunch at a dumpling restaurant with 10 different varieties, and ...
... been really big.... its great!!! On our final day in Beijing we left our luggage at the hostel and headed for the Summer Palace. It took about 45 minutes from Central Beijing on the subway. The grounds are huge and it could take all day to walk around, however we only had a few hours so decided to get our jog on and whipped around the major sights. The palace was beautiful and we wish we had more time to make the most of it. That's it for Beijing, we've ...
... He asked where did I come from. Tina translated in Chinese for me. He wrote "Australia" and in Chinese. It was fun, having him to write it out especially for me. He lent me his "pen" as he wanted me to write something. I wrote "G'day" and he wrote it in Chinese. How cool was that! I got it on the film :) Then we walked along the lake, it was a good day to walk around. Tina received message from a friend warning about avian influenza in Shanghai. ...