Grand Park Hotel Kunming
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Being exhausted from the photoshooting, we still had to ride back, all the way to the office.
Only 6 of us, were able to join the training as Feibao, the leader and one member had a meeting with the media for an interview. Lucky them..
Besides us- the guys in the blue sponsor costume- another 11 volunteers from kunming joined us and we spend a peaceful day with relaxing bikes, easy chat and soft ...
... a girl came on and was staying in the same section that I was in. Her name was YangLing and was travelling to Kunming as that's where her university was. Thankfully, my boredom was eased slightly as she could speak a fair amount of English. We exchanged numbers and she said that if I ever needed any help to just give her a call!
Eventually, we pulled into ...
... mostly like breathing in minty mouthwash while swallowing regular water. Strange.
We left the hotel too early to get breakfast there (and we woke up the desk clerk, who'd been sleeping on a sofa in the lobby), but we didn't want to risk missing our connections. At the bus station, Emily tried to get coffee at Dico, which seems to be China's homegrown answer to McDonald's -- though McDonald's is everywhere, as well as KFC -- but ...
... crushing her. Unfortunately the elephant seemed a little too focused on her chest.
We then arrived at our hotel and had the rest of the day off. Some of us joinied Dr. Xiao for a local specialty restaurant, where we were given the uncooked ingredients of our meal and a extremely hot bowl of soup. We put the ingredients in the bowl and were able to watch them cook, sort of like individualized hot ...
... br> Their pale faces and purple lips gave them away.
is risky to be an anti-drug cop and you don't have much family time,"
says Wang. "But it's my duty and pride whenever I put on my cap with
the national emblem on it. I swear I will never fail."
http://www.shanghaidaily.com/sp/article /2009/200906/20090624/article_405099.ht m