Chang Feng Hotel
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Didn't get much sleep as usual. Just can't seem to be able to sleep in planes.it's now 6.30am Sydney time (3.30am Hong Kong time) and we have just flown over Dubbo. Another 45 minutes and we'll land in Sydney. Am here in Sydney! Was greeted by clouds and red rooves. ...
... of the lessons was spent in free flow conversation, filling in the blanks in between. It was a really nice way to end the course, and made for some pretty interesting conversations in my last few days at That's Mandarin. There's not really that much else to say, thinking about it! As with Shanghai, my studying in Beijing just shot by, and I'm extremely glad to have reached this end of things in one piece. I've had the most incredible overall ...
... through the orphanage where we saw the rooms where the babies are kept. There were probably 20 plus cribs in each room. I offered to bring 2 or 3 more home with us. Our guide assured me that most of them had paperwork in process to be adopted. I pray that they do and will be in their forever families soon! We walked downstairs to head to the apartment where Mia lived with her foster family. As we got to the bottom ...
... 7. See the Longmen Grotto in Luoyang from the river 8. Bathe in the mud and hot springs in the Karst Mountains of Yangshou 9. Take a cooking class in Yangshou 10. Visit the Summer Palace, Tiannamen Square and Temple of Heaven in Beijing. The Wains Must Do in China 1. Take a taxi in Beijing and hold on. 2. Eat Chinese food everyday (fabulous) 3. Brave the Muslim Quarters Streets at night and try the local delicacies 4. Ride a bike through Yangshou streets on National Week 5. Take ...
... the most unlikely fairy godmother. No puff of smoke nor a flouncy dress, Kei was a burly mid twenties Chinese lady who, upon realisation that this was Minnie's birthday present, whisked Minnie, Harry and me off to the jungle cruise ahead of the queue, arranged for the boats passengers to sing her happy birthday and sorted a happy birthday banner for her return to shore. She then located Rapunzel ...