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... or cute top and scarf and be totally comfortable in ANYTHING. Perfect fall weather. As we docked on the other side of the river everyone rushed to get off. We still had no idea what was going on so we wandered on the river walk for a bit before trying to find another bus stop. The driver took our ticket again like it was perfectly normal and we took the last two seats on the top deck. This was the best $6 I have spent here. The bus took us all around the Pudong ...
... but David grabbed the first one in line which happened to be old and dingy and the paint wasn't even visible on the side of the car. The female driver had about four teeth in all. I was not happy that David chose to get into that taxi (of all of the newer taxis that were lined up), however, he couldn't wait to just get out of there and home. We made it home and had a rush of adrenaline for a bit so did a lot of unpacking and laundry. We finally went to ...
... the park I decided that he was probably right and gave in BUT later on I found out I was actually right. As we were walking Jord figured out that he was wrong and that People's park was actually a beautiful huge park with a lake and everything, and not just a bunch of stores in a square so thankfully we found the right park and it was awesome. It's amazing when you find these parks in the big cities because it gives you a moment of tranquility in places where there is never ...
... and the kindie kids in Korea were on a theme park ride; and one vommed, so another vommed and the others started crying; so I had to sort out a change of clothes for the sickies, as well as bounce around and sing songs to make the blubbers happy again... They also asked me quite a few scenario based questions, which I'm not sure I answered very well either! Uhoh! Needless to say, I was not offered the job! :D
... who was head engineer for the project. He explained how carefully environmental impacts had been studied and that after twenty years, it was determined that the benefits outweighed potential harm. But remember, Chairman Mao wanted it to happen.
The dam produces enough power to supply roughly 10% of U.S. Consumption. By the end of 2014, there will be a ship elevator capable of lifting a ...