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... with a sparkly white mask. This was particularly obvious when you could see the neighbouring village looking so bland and brown compared to the mountains here.
After skiing, we went to a restaurant for dinner before heading to our hotel. The hotel was huge; one of the biggest exhibition places in China. They had hot springs there, which was perfect for all of our aching legs after a good skiing day. The hot springs weren't exactly what I was ...
... was right in the thick of it, the traffic was mental and there were masses of people everywhere, it was completely overwhelming! We dumped our backpacks in our (as Lois would describe) bricked prison cell of a room, grabbed some teriyaki chicken and crashed! We awoke the next morning with a new found optimism for Beijing and were pleasantly surprised to find that the hostel put out free breakfast...so ...
... We made it to passport control, though, and she got us right into the front of the line. I tried to tell the officer not to stamp our Chinese visas, but... he stamped one entry. At least we got through fast! However, I'll be off next week to get my daughter a new visa for her school trip to Beijing in 3 weeks! Transiting Beijing is now supposed to be visa-free, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said simply to say we were transiting so that our visas ...
... York City several times, but I always use the subway when I'm there and in Poughkeepsie you have to call a cab company for a taxi. So, when everyone got into their taxis and I was left by myself to hail a cab, I was a little nervous. The teachers gave us a little map that they drew on a post-it with 新怡家园 marked off with a little star, so I thought I wouldn't have any trouble...or so I thought. ...
... hot...mid 30s and today here has also been very hot I think high 30s. They say it is gonna rain in the next couple of days.
Tomorrow I am gonna go to the Mongolian embassy to get a visa..I hope.
I was on a mission today to get a visa. To do this I had to tackle the Beijing subway...during peak hour. The trains were coming every minute but they were full. about 10 people got off and a hundred tried to get on. There was enough people on the station to fill ...
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