Jiangtai Yigong Hotel
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... it but now the city grew so much that there are 6. The subway system helps map out the city and the rings pretty well. The zones are interesting.. one zone is the business zone. In the business area there's all modern and new architecture. Stuff that you'd see in Beijing but nowhere in the U.S.. There's a financial/ banking zone, a low income housing zone, and a scholarly zone (where Peking University is). The model of the entire city was the most amazing part ...
... let my brain go downhill. After fifteen minutes there, we walked back to the subway station. When we wear leaving Wang Fujing, there was an old Chinese man who made a loud nice before he spitted against the floor. Nasty.
Following the subway ride, Bethany and I walked to the pharmacy next to 7-eleven. Rae went back to campus. The pharmacy's smell reminded me of the Asian pharmacies back home. Strange smell.
After that, we walked back to campus.
... ve ever been – I was in super zombie mode (but still in good spirits!).
The gang met me at the top all hot and sweaty. Yes, I made the right choice.
Later, the boys decide to go further, up those numerous steps. Again, my **** sat down and I hung out with Ista while ...
... city of Hohhot. Bringing them back on the train this time was less of a hassle than the previous time with only half a dozen of teachers to look after and everyone being placed in the same place. The 9 hour overnight train journey was as eventful as it needed to be with an overly enthusiastic and borderline stalker-ish Chinese Mongolian student trying to make friends in the worst way possible. Other than that we all arrived back in Hohhot safe and sound ready to head back to ...
... in my life. There were as many people outside as there was inside and all sitting on the floor with bags, or spitting or shouting and screaming or running! It was ridiculous!
There was one English queue out of maybe a hundred and the line was empty and no one to serve so Al stood there and Deb went on a recky to see if we should be anywhere else, but to no avail. There was an old Aussie guy standing in the line next to Al and when I chatted to him he said ...