Hyatt on the Bund
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... cast members after the show). It was heavy on Chinese acrobatics, which I love, but the final act was most memorable. It started out with a full-size motorcycle driving around in a sphere-shaped cage. The motorcycle drove up the sides and around the circumference, and then all around the sphere. Gradually, more and more motorcycles joined the first, and at the end there were EIGHT motorcycles driving in the cage, precisely choreographed, of course. I estimate the cage was about 25 ...
... Kmart shoppers there is a blue light special on underwear in isle six.” Now imagine it in Chinese and add to it that there is a “Blue Light” special going on in every isle all at the same time. Add in the hum that two or three hundred people make while shopping.
I could never in a million years anticipated how hard grocery shopping could be. I do it all the time and have always loved going to the grocery store, I have ...
... of pearl ear rings, we wanted to settle some where. While waiting outside the public toilet, I spotted a 5 star hotel across the road. So we went in there using the toilet. Oh my god, that is good! The smell, the water, the soap and the toilet paper! Soooo Good! By now, she is somewhat expert of using squat toilets now: she would roll up her pants legs, roll up her top and use her teeth to bite the ...
... briefly, then we went home. I was so happy that all of these things made him smile!!
In the evening, me and two other English teachers from my school took Jamie out to a VERY yummy Mexican restaurant. It was so, so, so, so, so, so, so good! I want to eat it right now, just thinking about it. And, of course, they had Dr. Pepper, his favorite soda flavor. And, again, this is the first time we have seen this since we came to China. Of course, Jamie ordered and savored ...
... has enjoyed and treated us to ice cream. We could call him the Magician or the Ice Cream Man but Uncle Carl is much more endearing so that is what we call him.
Feng Li (Jessica) - our Beijing tour guide. I think that most of us called her Feng Li as we are trying to use our Chinese and she just did not look like a Jessica to me. We loved Feng Li! She was an outstanding tour guide. She has lived in Beijing all her life, began her ...