Jinjiang Fuyuan Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... out in 16 minutes - which is apparently pretty un-heard of! As mausoleums go it isn't too bad - there must be literally tonnes of flowers laid in the entrance hall each year. Simone and I had an interesting conversation about what they do with them. We suspect that they collect them as they go and send them back out to the flower sellers out the front! Which we decided was not really legit!! The guards and attendants ensure that everyone keeps shuffling ...
... how much I really needed to not only heal my illnesses physically but also to heal my mind and spirit.
Last January, I had a horrible concussion that left me out of work for two weeks. During one of my activities, one of students ran into me and knocked me out. I was very lucky to have had a great network of support here from my roommate, coworkers and even my students and their parents who gave me food and helped me in every way but from ...
... process the paperwork. Worst case scenerio: we FedEx the
second original out to us and we might have to stay an extra day or two.
So please pray with us that this would not be the case. That the
Canadian embassy would look favourably upon us and that we can keep the
original travel dates.
Then the afternoon was
spent enjoying the Beijing zoo with its panda exhibit and even a polar
... and opted for a quick hotel dinner.
The dinner was not quick and food was bad but it was our most expensive meal of the trip. Our lunch yesterday cost 121 Yuan (about $20 dollars) and the bad dinner last night was 620 Yuan. My parent were going to split a cheeseburger. It came with a runny egg on top so my Mom said no way. She had hummus with very hard pita bread and vegetables. I had a small pizza which was pretty good. We ...
... I tried to buy a knife today from the supermarket (adorably named Happiness Mart), and the manager came over to look at my student card. He went away and recorded my details as well as what kind of knife I bought. Since 2012, most stores record when people buy knives from the shops, in case they are ever used as weapons later on. I have no idea why I appear to look like a potential knife-wielding attacker, but I am apparently, and universally, seen as suspicious ...