Hang Lu Airport Hotel
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... do when you're desperate! The easy bit was actually getting the trains from Beijing to Badaling, though at the time it seemed more hassle than necessary! We did as all good Chinese do and sat for an hour waiting for the train and as soon as it arrived everybody ran! The train was pretty full but we found ourselves a good spot and prayed it was going the way we wanted - the system seemed to work but you're never quite sure when the language is a difficulty. ...
... or tandem seat and awning. Many a family has been raised in Beijing by the bread winner who pedals his load to its destination. Motorized versions are also popular. Small electric motors are added to regular bicycles, most often for older riders, or light commercial drivers. Larger versions scale up to pickup size using a motorcycle base, but those are expensive, used only by the most serious transport services, and, of course, pizza delivery. ...
... 20's and 30's.
I later went back to school with Olivia and Eric. Olivia had the balls to steal a taxi from somebody else. I was shocked that she finally went for something without hesitating.
On campus, Eric and I chilled in Olivia's room. Eric was trying to set up Olivia's tv for a movie, but it was not working.
"The Grudge is happening." Eric laughed. The tv was shining random blue lights.
Then, we gave up and went our separate ways.
... selling pets and she had 4 rabbits in a tiny cage. Jade and I wanted to buy them and set them free, but we thought better of it. Finally, we found a vet who could speak English and she gave us directions to the temple. It was beautiful. My favourite thing was a massive Buddha in the main temple. It was made out of one sandalwood tree and holds the guineas world record for the largest thing to ever be made out of one tree. I was ...
... list goes on.... and then, wow, the sweet table which must have been about 10 metres long, and full of cake stands full of hand made chocolates, marshmallows, truffles, and on the table crushed biscuits made to look like sand, with more chocolate treats half buried in there. Of course, we pigged out all night, enjoying food that we miss and don't eat that often, and really overdosed on lots of rich stuff, not to mention the free flow drinks!! We were there until about ...