Yipinshanshui Leisure Center

North of Shuitou Village, Back Lake of Yanqi Lake, Huairou District, Beijing, 101400, China | Resort
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The Capital city of China

A travel blog entry by vadetotravel


... attached with happy hour cheap beds and nice company. So ended up going out with an international bunch of people consisting of Dutch, American, English, Norway, NZ, Norway and a guy from Hong Kong who had an amazing story as he traveled from Portugal to Hong Kong overland in two a half months... We went Alice in Wonderland party and later to Karaoke so was a fun and late night out. Next day late afternoon I went with my Kenyan roommate to ...

2 different, but great companies!

A travel blog entry by stacylynnbaker


... to share their ideas with us that it was hard not to love these guys! As a person who is in a major where non-for-profits are a big deal, I LOVED this idea! Nathalie said that there might be a place like this starting up in West Lafayette, but Purdue isn't too thrilled about helping to fund it.... I sure hope they do because this seemed like the place to be if you were an entrepreneur in China!

Hello big money! ...

We're cruisin'

A travel blog entry by jaganew


... bought a hand painted banyan tree leaf. Next was a stop at a convenience store to stock up with water and snacks at a reasonable price for the boat cruise. We paid an old man 20 yuan to carry the two suitcases from the wharf to the boat. He carried them on each end of a bamboo pole across his shoulders. Anyone who can carry my bag like that deserves a medal ! We boarded the boat at 6pm and finally set sail at 9pm ...

More on my Beijing School and residency

A travel blog entry by paulhfischer


... some of China's major cities over the past decade. Like most, this is a private school, that was set up by the Red Cross Foundation and survives largely as a result of its fee paying student population. There are two sections of the school, both very distinct from one another. The more financially lucrative section is the International section, from K-12, comprising of students whose parents are willing to pay ...

Crazy old crinklys

A travel blog entry by tomgant


... hoping to scale a volcano in the next few weeks! Some social observations in China: 1. Young couples and families love, and I mean LOVE, matching t-shirts! Especially ones focussing on twee little fluffy animals and hearts. I'm still trying to persuade Tomo our lives would be enriched with a few sets of matching t-shirts. He's not convinced. I'll continue to work on him. 2. All babies and toddlers are made to wear onesies with m***********s in the backside and no ...


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