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... the options are a 1 hour train ride or a 2-3 hour bus ride. I successfully navigated a taxi ride to the hotel and was able to take a quick nap before my roommate Lavana moved into the hotel from the homestay she was staying in. We went to dinner at a restaurant down the street with one of the other participants, Calvin.We all ordered different dishes and shared, my favorite was Lavana's. They served fried rice in a hot stone bowl with beef. The ...
... near our Hotel so we decided to have that for lunch w/a Greek salad. The salad was great but the pizza was just OK.
We split up after lunch since I needed to pick up my dresses & Tony just wanted to chill out by the Park. BTW, it was 85 today but it felt like 90+.
So I headed to the Market to pick up my dresses & do a bit more shopping. They were perfect!!! I’m so happy ...
... overview, and challenges of doing business in the East African
Community (Uganda, Tanzania, Burundi, Kenya, and Rwanda), so it's pretty cool and I feel like the SIS profs would be proud. We
have to write a 20 page research paper and give a power point
presentation by mid-October, so it's also quite intense, but it'll all work out. More pics of the office are attached.
As I briefly mentioned the other day, I bought a bike! We need one because ...
... lights. It was very cool. The observation floor is very open and well lit. it has little shops selling building related merchandise. We then headed up a long escalator to the next observation floor. The building is designed with a very large hole in it and the bottom and top of the hole are observation areas. The top one has a glass floor allowing visitors ...
... hr .. and they are planning to create another one by 2015 that does 700km/hr. It is the shortest trip but well worth it. You go from Langyang Road to Shanghai stations, which is about 30km and takes all of 8 minutes. When it reaches top speed, the world is just racing by. Well worth the experience.
Tonight is my longest over night train ... 23 hours ... Caged animal comes to mind. :-I
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