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... point. By the time I get out the park though, I would've scribbled that out several times. No help required; eventually. Dinner in a little side street near the hotel is RMD6.50. Or about $1.50. Pretty good too. It's the first time I've bought something where the price isn't a round figure so I get a little confused when the person says the price. However, whenever I'm confused by a price, even in English in ...
We woke to yet another glorious, clear and sunny morning. We set out to see the Temple of Heaven, a wonderful and colourful temple built without the use of nails. On our way there we passed through the gardens where many retired people take exercise and join in activities such as crochet, card games and music making. The students bought some 'hackey sacks' and joined in the fun! We then went ...
... in tow. I'm not sure how the production of genuine articles such as the ones we saw being made, can survive when fake items for a fraction of the price flood the market. Tourists tend to target the cheaper product, not the wiser regarding its authenticity. The journey from the factory on the outskirts of town, onto the country highway was a crawl, with it being a Saturday and local folk also venturing ...
... The process is interesting since the school pays for housing. Casey started looking on Craigslist at apartments in the area that most expats live, called Sanlitun. He found some ads by the same realtor named Prince, and called him. From there it all happened really fast. We saw 3 available apartments and picked one! Just like on the show!
Then, you meet the landlord, who happened to be an ISB ...
... symbols (Chinese letters) we’ve repetitively seen (like in “entrance”
and “exit”), the language, the difficulty etc. We really got a great insight….Although
while I felt more enlightened, Robs just felt more confused about this
seemingly complicated language.
But I knew Robs was really after dumplings, so we found a
second place and both had dumplings- we shared veg ones and red bean ...