Jiangtai Yigong Hotel
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... terminal with all of the gates. But NOOOO.
I stopped to grab a bottle of water and some snacks for the plane only to go through another screening checkpoint literally on the gate. Like, right in front of the plane door. They told me water was not allowed on the plane. They took my snacks too without giving me any clear English reason why (It was close to lunch time). What the hell Beijing?
Thank God I am leaving this place.
... hours from Xiamen in south China on the sea. The "soft sleeper" is a small cubical about 7 feet wide, and tall enough for two bunks arranged on each side.
The lower bunks cost a little more and have a tray-sized shared table between them under the window. The upper bunks have no such furnishings, but do have two folding seats out in the common hallway looking out the window on the other side of the train, also a big bonus... an ...
... Hamhung (charming complex of chalets with private beach; basic facilities and no running water but water butts with heating elements are provided so a hot wash can still be done) Weds 2nd July AM: After breakfast (and an early morning swim for those who feel energetic) we will make our way back to Hamhung city stopping off at theHungnam Fertiliser Factory to see some local DPRK industry. We then visit the Ancient Home of Ri Song Gye - the founder of Ri Dynasty. This is ...
... have to wonder, though, that a man who professes things such as "He who speaks without modesty will find it difficult to make his words good" and "Real knowledge is to know the extent of one’s ignorance" would be someone who would want to be worshipped. I feel like it is almost in contradiction of what Confucius taught. The temple is quite small, so it doesn't take too long to walk around, but it is definitely worth ...
... days before we arrived while packing. He swore that the average temperature in Beijing for November is 54˚F. ********, its -54˚F. But, we made the most of our walk and didn't freeze to death. It was then nearly midnight, off to bed for tomorrow we start bright an early. Lin wants us on the bus by 8:00 AM. We just spent thirteen and a half hours on a plane and are jet lagged eighteen hours. Is she out of her ******* mind?!