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... could wipe the water from my face, was almost crying with laughter. I got into the lift and did nothing but laugh. We didn't say a word to eachother, as we couldn't stop laughing. She actually described the moment as 'one of the funniest things she'd ever seen'. I can imagine that this would be true, if I wasn't the one soaking from HEAD to TOE. I showered, warmed myself up and had a few beverages with the team before our early rise in the morn.
... which is known as an oriental Venice, with many waterways & had a cruise on the grand canal! Was nice to see but would have preferred another day to just explore Shanghai.. When we returned to Shanghai a few of us ventured to a local restaurant for our final meal in China - no one spoke English, they all stared at us for coming in & we had to point at random things to order them. Who knows what it ...
... flow! Once on the correct side of the road he absolutely went for it, and my stomach was left somewhere on Maotai Lu. There were more hairy moments than I care to speak of but it was really nice to have the wind in my hair rather than my nose in someone's armpit on a stuffy underground train!
Got home much quicker than I would have on the subway too, and when I got off that motorbike I felt ALIVE!! Fun times! Looking forward to doing it ...
Air Canada stewardesses are mean. I daresay, evil.
After waking up at 12:45 a.m., driving to Dallas, waiting for the counter to open at 4:30 a.m., paying $70 for one suitcase and mentally bracing myself for the longest day of my life, I find that I don't appreciate belittling airline attendants.
It is not my fault that my seat did not have a seat in front of it due to your forced attempt at a "business" section. (Three inch curtains ...
... its arrow with much animation and were led around the corner to witness and enormous white object protruding from behind a bunch of buildings. The indoor ski resort much resembled a creature from the movie Tremors that burst unexpectedly from the ground and stretched to gigantic lengths. It was truly a sight to see since it so vastly distinguished itself from all over man made structures within the city. We finally found the entrance at the side of ...
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- Business Services
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