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... Rise. Next week, there will be an auction where others will be able to see pieces of art capturing the spirit of Nepal and all the proceeds for the event will go towards relief efforts there. To the people of Nepal, know that I'm sending you my positive energy during this time. I can only imagine the devastation and heartache that many of you are going through. I hope that through the art that my friend and I made, that it will bring you some ...
... tell this story to remember it myself because it just added to the insanity that was this day. I have no problem changing a wet diaper in the middle of the station with him standing up. However, this one was more complicated. The bathrooms were awful, and the only place I could find to change him was in a very small spot I cleared on the sink. He was so cranky; he was totally fighting me and squirming around while I was trying to change him. Subsequently, there was **** everywhere. ...
... perfectly fine!
Particularly interesting, International SOS does not only provide Western, but also traditional Chinese medical care and medicine. We were told that fake medicine in China is a big problem. International SOS therefore has very strict agreements with international companies such as Pfizer or Bayer and rigid supply chain check-ups. The global standards of International SOS are based on European and US medical standards. ...
... much less a thousand other peoples. It seamed that the train ride would never end. When it did I had never been happier to step out into the fridged air as i was that day.
Beijing was great! I saw my first foreigners there. It was strange hearing English after only hearing everyone speaking Chinese for the past month. In Beijing whenever I ...
... across the street from Tiananmen Square. It is early morning and our rooms aren't ready so we drop our bags and head straight to the square for 9am. We spend 2 hrs walking to the entrance of the Forbidden City. Everything starts to look the same. We are exhausted after so many days of running around and so many nights on the train. The Forbidden City has something like 50,000 people a day visit which is ridiculous. It is madness with a sea of coloured hats.