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... a weapon. The reason we even considered the fact that it was a dangerous stranger was because the light was coming from beyond the watchtower that was a dead end, which made us question how they got there. No matter who it was, we were not willing to face any sort of confrontation so we start tearing down this path that leads to the parking lot. Turns out it was actually a nicely renovated path which gave us some relief. Still though, our hearts were racing as we ...
... appreciate the bottle in the room. LOL.
Another lovely day in Russia. The guard was cooking Onions this morning. Thought I had eaten one. It was a bit strong.
Dee is still dead to the world. I wonder if that mouse was back again last night.
Had some cereal this morning with the milk we brought on the train. I think it will last today and it will be getting binned.
So far ...
... been in this dorm, excluding last night luckily, I have woken up with several fresh mosquito bites. After a few weeks, you can image how many bites I have accumulated. A couple of days ago I took a quick count and I had no fewer than 22 bites on my right arm, no fewer than 30 bites on my left arm, and no fewer than 19 bites on my face and neck. This isn't even counting my legs or feet, they are seriously everywhere! The bites are ...
... just wide enough for a single person to traverse. Although the city has changed a great deal over the last 500 years, the hutongs remain much the same as during Ming and Qing times.
Beijing's best known hutongs are of three types: centers of government offices, residential areas for nobles and officials, and old markets. Lumicang (Salary Rice Granary) Hutongs, in the neighborhood of today' s Nanxiao Street, is the site of the former ...
... in the morning, the streets were already in chaos. Cars whirled about, beeping and honking their horns at seemingly oblivious or indifferent pedestrians in the middle of the street. Motor bikes and bicycles -- often with more than one person along for the ride -- zipped in and around cars, rousing another chorus of horns from the moving vehicles. The bus driver wasn't afraid to tailgate slow moving cars, or even people. One time while pulling into ...
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