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... a brisk walk, and if the tour guide said it was an hour, we would have had to crack it in less, but K won the day and we took the cable car so we had more time on the wall.
Having reached the top by cable car, we were greeted by blue skies and a crisp clear morning - we couldn't have asked for a better day. There were very few tourists around, it seems that the Chinese tourist likes to start his day a lot later than us. ...
... also had the same idea of returning to the subway station around the same time as us. Waiting to get on the bus was a nightmare as anytime the bus would open, the rush of people pushing to get on the bus was so forceful, you didn't even have to try to get on the bus. In this case, maximum capacity levels were to the max on the buses. There was really no rule as to having a certain amount on the bus. Just as well as someone fit on the bus, it was good enough. ...
... not afraid.
My decision to pursue a writing career does not fit the traditional expectation for a college graduate. However, I want to keep on doing my own thing. Not following a traditional path has helped me to do what is right for me. I know people question my choices, especially choosing to major in history with no intention of becoming a lawyer, historian, or teacher. However, I find each step in my life has prepared me for what to come next.
... from me.
I am so glad Ada lent me her phone. I'm not sure if I would be able to survive without it. I have other people's numbers in case I need anything. Tania, my roommate, has been so helpful. She is leaving tonight for a camp for a month, then she will return. She tried to give me the number of an older American that seems to know everything about everything here. But his number is not working. Hopefully, I will run into him. She ...
... away, and she wanted me to try. The Chinese government have been very keen to encourage foreigners to learn their language, and this was one of their methods. I was intrigued at the thought of a scholarship, and so I began my application process. It was ridiculously precise, with me having to re-submit document after document. I had to hand over my VCE results, my VCE certificate, my university results, submit an online form, a written form, ...