Jinjiang Fuyuan Hotel
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Still in Beijing but leaving today and will go east for a week. From the comments I have received after my last update I feel I have painted too harsh a picture about Beijing, or some people have read too much into my comments. It's not that bad. I don't mind the security (I feel safe); it's sort of clean ( at least people are sweeping and picking up the rubbish all the time); it rained on Monday and after the rain the "haze" disappeared (you could actually see ...
... who is our Social Studies teacher. And finally there is Mr. Patton who teaches English for a class that's English level is lower then the rest of the grade. My roommate was Ricky who will appear many times in this blog. He was born in China but lived for most of his life in America only to come back to China again .
... order to save some time which worked out because the wall is much steeper and has way more stairs then I had originally thought. When we finally got to the top I was overwhelmed with a feeling of such happiness at having accomplished a goal that I had set in Grade 10 during Madame Lemieux's history class so not even the Devil himself could wipe the smile off of my face. It would also seem that someone up in the Heavens were looking down on us today as the sun was ...
... BUT BUT BUT…my apartment had been revolutionized in my short absence! I had a completely cleaned apartment, equipped with working air unit, new fridge, wardrobe, cleaned out porch (previously infested with cobwebs and wasp nests), a WORKING TV, a washing machine, working Wi-Fi, and totally new shower unit with SCALDING HOT WATER AND HIGH PRESSURE!...WTF!!!!
Ok so to clue you in briefly…the school recently got in BIG TROUBLE for well some reasons and ...
... 15 drop to the lower level). We all crouched down and clung to the left until we came to where our part met up with the stairs leading up from the lower level.
From there is was more stairs until we reached our destination--the last guard tower! We heard a dad tell his daughter in Chinese that this was the highest area for this half part of the wall. We also talked with some foreigners (I believe they were British) who had learned that this part of ...
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