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... of the hotel was having someone come to the hotel to do the massage for the girl and her friends, a dance troupe from Tel-Aviv, Israel. I asked if there was somewhere nearby I could go that night but the closest place was the Dragonfly in the financial district. They wrote down info on how to get to it but I wasn’t up for another car ride at this point in the day. As for a restaurant, they suggested the same place I ate in a few nights ...
... from one planting theme and set of gardens to another. Willow poplar and fir trees very familiar as are acacias and roses but many others not so (see pics Margrit to identify). We met Mr Ll from Qingdao reading some plaques about the history of the park. A neat, suntanned man he was friendly and had lovely manners and good English, despite never having visited an English speaking country. He was in Beijing on business, selling Chinese manufactured clothing to customers in ...
... up the stair, I ran into Louis and said hi.
For a while, I read for my class today. Then I worked on other things. While I was doing that, I talked with my friend Tuyet, who is back in America, on the phone.
Later, I went to the library. Everyone was working on their Yunnan presentation. Then, I had to go class.
Later, we had Yunnan presentations.
After that, I returned to my dorm to work on other things.
... store, and there I grabbed some cold bottled tea. Oh, so refreshing. We then headed towards the front end of the street toward the subway station while a couple people in our group tried to call our missing companions. They finally caught up with us.
We hurried to the subway, and it took forever to get our tickets. Throngs of people were in line. We didn't have much time before it was curfew (10 p.m.), and the doors to our dorm would be locked. The train ...
... bate him with window banging and sayings of "don't be scared, don't cry, I'm right here, come here let's have a fight". Most retarded thing about that is, he lost face by backing down. In front of other Chinese people I took his manhood by making him afraid. Had we stood there and shouted at each other, no one would've been perceived the winner. SOLUTION-queue, don't push, there are 1.3billion others in your country, it can be nice being civil sometimes. Or ...