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... that I had pretty bad vertigo. I think it was because we were up so high and I was trying to get my balance with where I was that I ended up getting dizzy. It actually is something that I have experienced before but this time, there were some parts that were particularly bad. For example, after we camped and pitched out tents, we went for another hike to where the guide called the summit and we watched the sunset and it was so beautiful. On the way there, I got vertigo again ...
... last semester.
As Natasha and I walked outside of west gate, I ran into my tutor Jacky. We talked for a minute before I headed off to Orange Circle. Natasha and I got a table there. Bethany showed up some minutes later.
So happy that Bethany returned to Beijing! I missed her so much! She got off her flight today. Bethany was telling us what she was doing this semester. She ordered her favorite egg plants at the restaurant. When ...
Once arrived I searched my way to one of the entrance gates, but it wasn’t so
************ly thing I had to do was to follow the herd of Chinese tourists.
The entrance fee to the park including access to the temples costed me about
60Yuan. I walked my way through the gate and I found myself immediately in an
oasis of peace and tranquility. I had to cross a bridge and if you looked down
you saw a canal with old Chinese houses (well, shops ...
... after saying dui bu qi - sorry; about 300 times. It's hard to take my life seriously when everyone here seems to have such a hectic lifestyle compared to mine.
When we visited Llama temple I saw a number of beggars. I've seen disabled homeless people begging for money before but nothing like this. A man with twisted hands and feet, burnt skin and no eyes was begging in the street. He was so thankful and polite. It ...