Green Court Serviced Apartment
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... flight to Xian in the west of China. Xian is where the famous Terracotta Warriors were found in the 1970's...
What a difference a day makes. From the miserable rain of Xiamen to the giddy metropolis of Shanghai. Such an early start for holiday makers with the alarm piercing the darkness at 5.45 to ensure we were packed and ready for a quick getaway at 7.30 am. The exit would have been smooth except the checkout team of the hotel wanted to accuse us of pilfering "a little white towel" and an umbrella. Took Mac a little while to convince them that we had not purloined ...
... them. We later found out they had decided to cancel them the morning of our flight without any enquiry to our travel agent etc.
He explained that Sam had a valid ticket but the rest of us did not therefore we could not travel. I then asked him how do we address this to which he shrugged his shoulders and said it was a problem at New Zealand and the tickets had not been released to China Eastern Airlines ...
... singleton ones – but that doesn’t mean I’ve spend the latter watching sappy films and snotting into soggy tissues!) Sure Valentine’s is an excuse for card shops and the like to get their hands in your pockets, for people to spend time together, to eat chocolate… but isn’t Christmas like that for non-religious people?! You spend time with family, eat lots, and buy stuff… And Christmas is POSITIVELY AWFUL, right?!
Basically, what ...
... grade 2 classes were going over words with "ai", "ie", and "oo" in them. The grade 1 classes were reviewing words that began with a few different letters (I don't remember which) and words that end with "ng". After the 5 classes in the morning, I got a free lunch from the school cafeteria. Today they served fried chicken, beans mixed with garlic and onions (the Chinese love garlic and onions), tomatoes mixed with scrambled eggs, watermelon, some sort of soup (I wasn't in the ...