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... afternoon. He put us on the bullet train and said someone would be at the other end. My drugs were still working so I didn't really care who was at the other end. The train was very impressive. Travelled at 301km. We were met and delivered to our hotel and to finish on a happy note, my credit cards were found still in my handbag in my check in bag. It is fear to say I was a shattered person and Gary very relieved to not have to cancel all our ...
Hello everyone. I'm still getting orientation done. So still speaking English, which is good to get to know some of the people here. Even if I think I could talk to people in Chinese, it's hard to make good friends if both people are uncomfortable and if the topics are limited.
So, I was really late getting to the language test ...
... of the palace. They’re not helpful, finally an old lady indicates the general direction. We enter through the back of the gardens and it’s nicely laid-out. We walk through the gardens until we reach the palace. There’s a lengthy queue to visit the palace and we opt out. Instead we just stroll around the lovely gardens, happy to be away from the city. We stay a couple of hours and decide to leave. It takes us 20 minutes to find the bus stop. Back at the hotel, ...
... out that like turkeys, pumpkin pies must be pre-ordered a week ahead of time here. And every Western grocery store sold out of pie crusts and pumpkin pie filling by Tuesday of this week, making even a no-bake proxy a non-option. But, I did not despair – since we were sharing the meal with several Chinese for whom this was the first Thanksgiving celebration they’d ever attended, I figured any American dessert would do. So ...
... and over 90% humidity.
Mission 2 sounded a lot easier. To our delight we found a Marks and Spencers store and even better, it was of course air-conditioned. And naturally we thought that we would find some beautiful children's clothes, just like the ones I found at the Delhi Airport store. The Marks and Sparks clothes however were simply awful and so dejected, we wearily set off on the long walk back to our hotel. Mission 2 was now looking grim.