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... I arrived or how long it took but if I tell you that I had to sign my name TWELVE times on various bits of paper, including photocopies of my passport and punch in my pin number at least seven times, you’ll get an idea of how long the whole process might have taken. These were in addition to the signatures and number punching I had to do three days ago. It is no wonder that the banks have a ticket numbering system and seats for customers to wait, ...
... my hotel. It was mid morning and the full humid heat of
the day was bearing down. This was a time for lazing around, reading, sleeping,
playing cards or Chinese chess. Had I have come earlier I would have found the
people doing exercise, playing sport and probably singing too. I just love the
activities which take place in these parks, so full of life and human
interaction. The parks have many ...
... system. Lucky for us it is one of the few things here that is very accessible for English speakers. Just choose your destination and put a few ¥ into the machine and it will spit out a token that resembles a green poker chip. Scan the chip on your way in and deposit it on your way out. Pretty easy! Our first stop was the Beijing Lu pedestrian street. This was a street full of shops with no vehicle traffic allowed. It was nice to wander without worrying about being run ...
... the open air centre green space and the rooms inside. The rain was beautiful to look out at in the sanctuary of the temple being pierced with light form the thin mist overhead. We wandered for a few hours looking at the stalls/ shops inside but contained our shopping urges thinking of how far we have to,lug our bags over the next few months. With the remnants of a queazy stomach still in memory I felt less than obliged to be adventurous in my dinner choice. With a ...
... there and she usually has super squinty Chinese eyes. Like at the end of many of my Summer 'Beers N Noodles’ Adventure’s there are usually birthday parties happening and their cardboard birthday hats usually squash their eyes together making them Super Chinese and I reckon that is always really super ...
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- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center