Holiday Inn Express Beijing Huacai
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... Ik moest het wel na een bepaalde tijd weer voor gezien houden, maar de eerste stappen zijn weer gemaakt! En ik ben niet te enige die ziek is, een heleboel mensen zijn nu ziek. Of het door mij is of door anderen, dat weet ik niet. Maar ik ben niet alleen! En alles mensen die wat voor me hebben gedaan die ben ik ook erg dankbaar. Jason, Ying Kit, Danka, Joofi, papa&mama en Antoni hebben me gewezen op bepaalde medicatie en wat ik wel of niet kan eten. Zonder hen was ...
... the door and it was emily and steph, returning from their tatttoo adventure... Em's tattoo is HUGE, from her bra-line to her bum on her side, but an amazing piece of artwork all the same. However, on the way home, they had been trapped by 'The Tea Scam' . They had been taken for 'tea' by some girls thet had met on the street, 'interested in improving thier english'. Invited to try all the different teas and finally ordering a pot. On 'splitting' the bill, they were told ...
... tables for shaping clay into art.
Min Zi's large paintings hang from the walls and in one corner are a number of wooden stringed instruments of all sizes, one about the size of a small piano. This is a Chinese instrument played for thousands of years called a Gu Qin. Minzi's nine year old daughter plays a hauntingly beautiful piece of music on this for us later in our visit.
Shortly after we arrive, we are asked to sit for tea. ...
... are not sure but after 20meters we turned around and decided to follow the dog. Again the path got horrible so we thought... maybe we should have followed the dog's original path to begin with? We thought what the hell, lets do and set back towards the first fork in the path and went on our way. This path started to look heaps better and when we came to our first Great Wall sign we all decided that from now on when we come to a fork in the road we follow ...
... Chinese use weird shampoo scents -- like vegetable!). But actually I want to get a job and have a bunch of kids, duh.
Okay, back to the story! The hair washing lady said my hair was so much and so long, the rest of our conversation... who knows what either of us said?! Then I chose a hair dresser by saying 38 kuai (as opposed to 58 (cheap ass)), turns out I chose the most attractive one in the house. I told him that he had a nice hairstyle (I had to make the most of my new ...
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