Qinglian Furun Hotel Beijing Niujie
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... dangled off the end of my bed, meaning I spent the whole night laughing as the hair of passers by tickled my feet. For them the next day they became social rejects as they walked around with hair smelling of cheesy backpacker feet. So we've left the delights of Beijing behind and travelled 15 hours by train to Xi'an, a historic city which years back signalled the terminus for the old Silk Road. We have 4 days here to explore before heading onto Shanghai. Here's to more sign ...
... t really cook. We think it is actually cheaper for the two of us to go out because the western food markets that we shop at are pretty pricey.
When we decide to head to a different part of the city we usually hop in a taxi (which proves to be a continuous challenge as the drivers NEVER understand where we want to go, no matter how similar I think my pronunciation is of the words they say). There is a Korean BBQ that we love and lately have been ...
Last night, I skyped with my high school friend Summer! I was jealous that she was spending a semester in Spain. That country is a place that I want to check out badly.
Most of the time, I barely see anybody from high school. People that I stay in touch with tend to be busy with their own things. I typically see people like every six months.
So for today, I finally got out of bed at ten am. I ate breakfast and then I did ...
... me get onto the internet. Why had no one told me about the code and password???? I sent an email to my husband through my school account and also tried to log on again to my gmail. Still can't log on because it says someone is trying to log on at a remote site. I always liked gmail. Now I think they're idiots.
We had dinner then a bunch of us (Me, Lucy from Vietnam, Sarah from Korea, Scott from US,
George from Hungary, Chitz from India) went ...
... But I love this salon.
A FRIDAY NIGHT OUT.
Kyle, myself and another work colleague were invited to dinner at my new friend, Oline, for a belated birthday dinner. Meeting new people here is incredibly important and I am grateful that Oline, who hails originally from the Philippines but has been in Beijing for about 8 years, surreptitiously came into my ...