- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... because this city actually feels really homey to me. I've met some great people and I haven't even been here for more than a week. My apartment is fabulous and make me feel like i'm at home and have a place of my own to go to. I love it. Besides the thin layer of dust/dirt on everything in the city I do love it here very much. OH! How did I forget! The name of my apartment complex is....Fairy Castle....i'm officially a princess! LOLZ.
... again!!??!?! Well apparently. As if the city doesn't already have a funky smell to it, they decided that no one needed deodorant in the city that gets ungodly hot from the end of this month until october!! But even worse, I know you're probably thinking what the heck could be worse than this, BUT THERE IS WORSE. People here do not brush their teeth, so the smell is most likely their breath and not their BO.....lovely.
Until next time,
... boat launch for a quick trip down river to pass by him from the water which actually afforded some amazing views without having to expend even one ounce of energy. Lee-Ann has these translate apps on her phone and they are the bomb. Between them, booking hostels so easily on line and using screen shot, I am in heaven. I used to dread the part where we would get to a new town all sweaty, tired and weighed down with all of our gear and having to find the next bed for the ...
... can never tell if they think foreigners are really direction-challenged or if they're trying to just see me home. I told them it's ok, which the bus driver seemed to think was a dumb idea on my behalf.
When I finally got back around 4:30pm, I got a knock on the door from Paul saying that they were going to make dumplings in Alexi's room for "youth day". I went up to help, cooking my favorite egg and tomato dish. They all hated it because I left out MSG, so I had the entire ...
... made people understand--and it's true. I've literally learned everything by listening to context, seeing characters repeatedly and listening to their pronunciation, and memorizing them. Some words in Chinese I don't know the English meaning--I just know how to use them in Chinese. It's difficult for people to understand the difficulty associated with what we do here--they just assume we come here, are ignorant of the language, and teach. That's not the case--we have ...