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... of the street. Everyone had to go through security, Geoff was glad that he didn't bring his pack as it was one less process to go through. I now know what a fish feels like caught in a net. You can’t move to the left or the right, you can only go in the direction that all the other people are going in. There was nothing for it, we had no choice. Nearly an hour latter we go through, I should point out that cars were moving much ...
... and along with one familiar person, move your entire life to a place where not only does anyone speak your language fluently, but where everyone is cast from the same mold, and you are noticeably different from the millions of people around you. Imagine living that way for a year. I had just adjusted to this reality, and all of a sudden I was back in a place with other foreigners. It overwhelmed me.
Eventually, I pulled myself together. ...
This post is about last night.
Yesterday evening, I walked into the lounge out of boredom. Angie was there and she gave me some apple pie she baked. So good.
I then hung out with Terry, who showed me a Chinese movie about a Chinese fairy tale. I don't remember the name of it, but it was entertaining.
Then, I went out to dinner with Terry, Beatrice, Mariam, Monica, and ...
... New Zealand has a slow puncture in a rear tyre, just one of several items on the job-list, including organising the weight distribution to move heavier items further forward, the rear spare wheels are now going to ride on the backseat.
The variety of different cars once lined up side by side for the first time makes for an awesome sight. Tucked away in the far corner, the 14-litre chain-drive La France. On the far side, ...
... goes into the pieces, things were very reasonably priced.
We then headed back into Beijing to go to the Summer Palace......which was heaving with people! I’d imagine the beautiful gardens, covered corridors and pretty peach-shaped lake filled with little boats would be very soothing and enjoyable to stroll around on a quiet day, but today it was just stressful to have to constantly weave in and out of people, pressed on all sides by ...