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... from Italy. Our guide, Peter, was a quiet and knowledgeable man. He also was a really good photographer and took many pictures of us. He knew exactly what he wanted and posed us very precisely ("Look that way, no more this way. No laughing, only smile.") At the end he gave us each a thumb drive with all the pictures and he knew what he was doing - there are a lot of good ones.
However he was quite mystified that we have the same name. His first question was "But how ...
... When his daughter sings, it's hard not to tear up. I felt unsettled after the end, and I think that was the point. Really great movie.
10 Things I Hate About You: Still good.
I arrived in Beijing in the sweltering heat, nauseous after a particularly swingy landing. Customs was a nightmare and took hours to get through. Finally, after waiting 4 hours for other students to arrive, we departed.
The comfortable private coach drove ...
The Temple of Heaven is not far from the hotel but our guide, who we nicknamed "no problem" Lot, insisted on accompanying us, so we were driven there (we could not get rid of him and he reminded me of a bad, bed and breakfast owner). This historical site was used during the Ming and Qing Dynasties as a place for the Emperors to participate in ceremonies of worship and animal sacrifices to Heaven, praying ...
Took some work but spent the day solving my IT issues and dealing with the pollution on this city. Apparently the air aI breathe is like the equivalent of smoking 7 packs of cigarettes a day! Jesus, I have got to get out of here.
Again felt out of sorts yesterday. I think it's the weather here. It's like being back home and I'd rather not thanks.
Is the world ending? The weather today would suggest so.
Beijing as certainly put on a show for the February interns; we have experienced snow, smog, clear blue skies and now a sand storm. It is currently spring, which brings about sand storms on a consistent basis. Spring is a dry and windy season, the days warm up rapidly and cool down just as quickly. The sand is blow from the desert to the North and West of Beijing including Mongolia and other Gobi Desert ...