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... the path off the wall.
Every once in awhile Alex made us stop, turn off our lights, and listen. These few moments in pure darkness, hearing a rustle here or there, did not help my adrenaline calm down at all. One of the times we turned around and looked back up at the start of the path and saw the mysterious light right at the entrance. If we weren't going fast before, after seeing this we started booking it. It took roughly 20 minutes to get all the way down ...
... it been like. It certainly is an experience. Once in a lifetime and not to be missed. I am sure when we get to Beijing we will have a day’s rest before we start the next chapter of our travels. I’m enjoying the chill time and great not to think about work and being able to pick up the book and have a good read.
We are now on Day 2. Its 0845 Moscow time. And the train is moving swiftly on. ...
... they can swell to the size of a nickel (sometimes a quarter!) for a few days, then they usually go down. I thought I was so prepared coming to China, but buying something for mosquito bites was something that didn't cross my mind, since I hardly get bitten in Ontario.
Oh right, and here's another update: Last week I was switched into a different class of the same level because my old class was over-enrolled. 4 of my ...
... granaries of the late Ming and early Qing. Each year, large amounts of grain were brought in from Zhejing Province to the capital and stored in Lumicang District. Hutongs in the area took on the names of the various granaries, names that have stuck to this day. Then there's Xishiku (Western General Warehouse) Alley off Xi' anmennei Street, once called Houku Dajie (Back Warehouse Street) for its 10 warehouses serving the imperial palaces and ...
... stop, the bus came to a halt barely feet away from a slow moving elderly woman on a bicycle. I didn't realize until afterwards that my whole body had tensed up, expecting an impact.
At the forth stop -- Mudanyuanxi, a cluster of little shanty shops 30 yards away from a busy intersection -- we got off, and I followed Baba down an escalator into the subway station. I was very surprised at what I saw.
Beijing's subway had to be ...
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