- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... no need for it. I’ve never seen someone being left behind at the platform because they didn’t board the train fast enough. Yet when a train arrives, people simply start pushing in – without allowing the other passengers to exit first! I have also rarely seen anyone stand up to let an elderly person sit down, and people literally RUN into an empty train to get a seat (even if that means pushing people and stepping on my feet…). Another curious thing ...
Maria and people carrier driver were waiting for us at 10 am. We were firstly driven around the Olympic complex before heading off to the great wall at Mutianyu. As we got close to the wall we past frozen lakes and waterfalls. The way to the wall was by cable car, just a 2 seater open framed carriage. The 7 minute ride was a breeze even for Shelagh. Our guide found a spot in the sun while 4 intrepid adventurers set off for our 90 minute trek along ...
After having a minor meltdown over missing people last night, I drank many beers. At the time I thought that this may have been a mistake, especially as they were digging up the road outside our hotel all night. Still, it is the first real drinking I've done in a week. As it turns out I awoke feeling refreshed and bouncy at 8am so maybe I was in withdrawal the whole time and didn't know Hmmm gloomy outside Yesterday it must be pointed out in retrospect was beautifully ...
... studio, which is definitely not open to the public. Even with Prof. Vinograd's status, we had to fight our way in for even fifteen minutes.
But fight our way in we did. I was awed by the private quarters. Hidden near the back of the City (or at least what I thought was the back of the City), Qianlong created this series of rooms for his personal enjoyment after stepping down from the throne. After we deposited our bags in ...
... people in the office I get to work with, with a dry sense of humor and all too willing to help embrace the challenges of China and Beijing. Outside of the office, there are some wonderful teachers. Best of all are Rochelle, a fellow Aussie (and Jewish to boot which makes her perfect), New Yorker Johnny who shares similar frustrations, and Rita from New Zealand who is the most relaxed and laid back person I know with her own genuine warmth.
MY DAILY LIFE AS A FOREIGN TEACHER ...