Crowne Plaza Changsha City Centre
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... standards, it was a healthy trek uphill, its way now lined by restaurants, stores, and trinket booths.
Once we reached the hilltop, the crowds dispersed a little, and we enjoyed the cool, quiet greenery and ponds that surrounded the academy buildings. Happily, the information signs were written in Chinese and English so I could read them for myself. Claudia supplemented my learning by ...
One evening when I'm having dinner with the grad students, Mia and Claudia are badgering Aaron to think through his buddies for possible boyfriend candidates (they are speaking Chinese, but Claudia often remembers to explain to me their general topics of conversation, if not all the details.)
"Aaron is asking what our requirements are," she grins.
"And what are you telling ...
... at the photos we snapped of each other .
After our visit to the wax museum, we thought we would still have enough time to wander around on the outside sidewalks to see people in costume. But it was pouring rain, so we abandoned that plan and flagged down a taxi to take us home, Squashed into ...
... the beauty.
Anyhow, Halloween arrived. It was arguably the worst day, weather wise, I have seen in Changsha. Rain was pouring down, it was cold and it was miserable. Almost a very typical Halloween atmosphere. I was going to go to school in my Ti Chi costume, saying it was fancy dress, but the weather was so bad, I did not want to ruin the costume. So I instead grabbed the mask I was given by my school on western food day and wore that instead. As I ...
... a little local eatery that makes a pretty decent cappuccino. It was shortly after 12 noon, and many children from a nearby elementary school were going home for lunch. We noticed a pack of little boys approach the restaurant, then stop, look at us and point, speaking to each other in excited Chinese. They began to giggle behind their hands and, like a litter of romping puppies, pushed ...