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Hi all! Greetings from Mutianyu village once again! On Saturday 1st August my parents and brother came here and we had a great time, not surprisingly. First they came here to our village, where they stayed in one of our rental houses. As I have told you, I work in The Schoolhouse company, and a part of the company is China Countryside Hotels which …
... two that Emi and I left the campus to take the subway. I was too cheap to pay for a taxi ride. Beijing is a cheap place, but it is easy to spend so much fast.
The pollution was so bad. So many people were wearing face masks.
The subway ride was not that bad to day. It was Emi's first time using the subway to get to Sanlitun. Bookworm was packed today, but we were lucky to get a seat by the window.
I decided to order a burger! It sounded too good ...
... want to work in China, but they have no idea what they want to do. The lesson was that I need to figure out what I wanted to do.
After Munch, I went the to the library to start on a paper. Beatrice was there too.
I went to the basement lounge in my dorm to study Chinese. Karena entered and we talked for a bit before I had to start studying. Later, I returned to my room to register for my classes next semester.
... with ups and downs. I can't believe they host a marathon here!! Definitely wear sneakers for this one. We lucked out and came to the wall on a 'clear' day but even so the sky was gray and the sun was obscured by pollution, as was most of the wall across the mountains. I had lathered up with sunscreen but now think of how silly that was, given the slab of haze that covers the sun all the time. We had purchased tickets to come up and down the mountain when we arrived. ...
... he was running in the park that's near our hotel. He came across a large group of people that just started singing.
After that, we walked through a lovely rose garden and another garden called the Hundred Flower Garden. Unfortunately that name is kind of misleading at this time of year because none of the flowers were actually in bloom. Soon, we came upon a place known as the Fasting Palace. We were a little hesitant to go inside because it cost 10 yuan, but as soon as ...
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