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... ensure quality and comprehensive medical care while in Beijing. This clinic is part of a wider global assistance network that ensures members healthcare around the world. During a presentation with Maelle Lancelot, Assistant Clinic Marketing Manager, Irina Mach, Clinic Marketing Manager and Pieter Kersemakers, Chief Medical Officer, we discussed the importance of providing reactive support and risk management to any of ...
... so waking up on Monday for school wasn't easy, but it was worth it, especially Houhai - I'll try and get more pictures when we go back there on Friday for Luana's last day, but it's a ridiculously beautiful place. Occasionally I have to remind myself that I am here to study, and it was wasn't a bad week on that front either. I was meant to be working towards finishing the text book by the ...
We used our tour guide Rosemary today which was great. She was able to do everything very easily. The next few days we are on our own so we will have to figure out the language. We tried to get a cab tonight and the first cab wanted 100 Yuan. The actual price was about 22 Yuan. We found an honest taxi driver.
The Great Wall cost money but I don't know how much as Rosemary purchased the ...
... fine, then took the MTR to the border. On the train we met an Australian guy called David who was going to do some teaching in china, really cool guy and was good to have another person to try and work out the border crossing with. That was very smooth but as soon as we crossed it suddenly went from quite Englishy Hong Kong to very chinesey china! No English signs! ... But we survived! Made it to Shenzhen airport ...
... of walking from the subway to the Palace, and his map was much poorer than he originally thought. With no clear directions to walk, we instead hailed a cab, and rode the 5 minutes to the Summer Palace. (For less than $2, so meh!)
The Summer Palace's grounds are huge (2.9 square kilometers...most of which is water). If you're interested in its history, here's the Wikipedia article: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Summer_pal ace. The place gets ...