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... to the airport. The wait in the airport wasn't too bad, and yet again all the security stuff went pretty smoothly. The plane ride, on the other hand, was not so smooth. First of all, there was something jammed into the headphone holes on my arm rest, so I couldn't watch any of the movies. Mind you most of the flight I wouldn't have been able to anyway since the system kept fritzing out. Furthermore, there was some awful turbulence in the first half of the ...
... food at a nearby café. Chinese people are just always out and about at the weekends, doing things! Kept going and as I got higher I got more glimpses of miles of trees below, followed by the city of Guangzhou. It was very cool. Came across some very steep steps which lead to Moxing Peak, the highest peak on the mountain. I had read on trip advisor that the hike was very difficult and took 4-5 hours, so I was anticipating these steps to go on for ages... ...
... br> Every day at the school, someone stands at the gate to greet people. A nice idea I think. On Monday it was my turn, so I basically had to say 'good morning' to as many people as possible who were walking through the gate. Most of the children arrive on the backs of bikes or motorbikes, some walk - it's cool how many of them live close by. You always see them around Houjie in the evenings and during nap time (if they live close they can go home during lunch/nap time). A ...
Our Flight to Xian has been delayed until 10pm so will not arrive in Xian until after midnight! We boarded the plane and then due to the weather conditions we disembarked and went back to the departure lounge and now have a two hour delay leaving at ...
... our apartment complex was a fenced enclosure with 2 rows of prefab buildings with rooms where the transient construction workers were living while working on the new mall. Again, almost magically, the buildings were dismantled one weekend just before CNY and all that remained were masses of garbage strewn over the entire site. I’ve been watching in the mornings on my way to school. First, a few older men were there, picking out ...