Longwu Jingpin Hotel
Travel Blogs from Beijing
... had to end my talk with Sara because I had reading to do.
Very hungry and needed to do my reading, so I decided to go to Ahava.
There was nobody in Ahava. I sat down at a big table. For my lunch, I got black coffee and a chicken caesar wrap.
People started to show up after thirty minutes I came. Then a huge group of guys entered. There was no big tables left. So, I gave up mine for them. One guy thanked me.
... here... I think it helps the time of year i went though as in the summer and warmer weather i should imagine its insane with the number of tourists. there were over 20,000 on the day i went! I think its nice I saw it in a fairly quiet state, I got to appreciate how pretty the area is and how peaceful the lake feels without the usual thousands of chinese conversations all going on at once and the horrific hocking and spitting!
Shattered from so much walking ...
... There were moments when I forgot whether I was judging a speech competition or receiving life coaching! The final winner, however, was a girl who spoke incredibly passionately about her dream for political reform in China - for better safety standards, better environmental quality, better care for the poor and the disabled and an end to corruption. All of there judging panel were so moved by her speech that, although her language and pronunciation were not the most ...
... you lovelies want to speak to me or Kim whilst we are sat on our sun lounger then feel free I'm sure between chapters i can give you a few free minutes. If we do not get to hear or speak to you before, we both hope you all have a magical Christmas and that you pull that extra cracker for us (don't be tight and save it for next Christmas):-)
All our love Kim and Ben xxxxxxx
... to even attempt the underground mayhem. We promised ourselves we wouldn’t let the city beat us & had to concor the railway.
Pro: Plenty of unplanned exercise seeing we were too hesitant in learning the underground circuit. Walking at least 30km (Mudgee to Gulgong) in those 2 days.
Con: Blisters, sore feet. A recipe for whinging Dani & cranky Brent
Pro: Forbidden City. Huge **** old part of town, smack ...
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