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... her first try. The true superstar of the day, though, had to be 3-year-old An An who was fearlessly skiing from the first minute with his instructor's help. I love the innocence of children that allows them to be so courageous. I remember how terrifying my first day skiing was; I was definitely not a confident skier for a long time.
Perfect weather made for the perfect afternoon skiing. It did feel weird to ski without a helmet and goggles, but it was a ...
... she still made him go through all of the motions including letting him leave and calling him back and haggling some more before she would sell them for that price.
Sometimes the shop keepers get pretty angry too, we witnessed a couple of heated arguments with bargaining gone awry.
I have since gone to a few markets with my roommate, as she thankfully knows how to bargain, more on those in a future blog post :)
... of shaking (and I'm not a nervous flier, internal Russian flights never bothered me!) -- though the announcements every few minutes to use our seatbelts due to turbulence maybe got to be a bit much. Lunch was delayed until about 4pm, but it was not too bad (could easily have been served on United). Finally, we arrived in Beijing... and taxied... and taxied... and deplaned right around the time our Nagoya flight was scheduled to take off. Amazingly, an ...
... bus waiting for us to take us there. Wang Laoshi and Wei Laoshi both decided that we wouldn't be using one this day, for whatever reason, so everyone had to take taxis to the place. Today, there were 18 students (one went home due to illness), 3 language teachers came along with us, plus Wang Laoshi, Wei Laoshi, and us two interns. If you can do math, there are 25 of us total. Each taxi holds 4 passengers max. After ...
... so I walked here. It is OK so far. After I checked in I went for breaky at KFC across the road...the only place in China to get iced coffee.
First sights were Tianamin square and the Forbidden City.....dont worry stick with me and I will get you in cos I know people. At first I walked in completely the wrong direction. Once I worked it ot I was fine and walked all the way there. I found Tianamin square a bit underwhelming. There were lots of people and the place was just ...
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