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Since it was China's birthday (Happy birthday!), we decided to get out of Beijing for a few days to start our travelling. However since everyone is off on the National Holiday and China has a 'big' population.., the trains were booked up and the only place we could get to was Tianjin. So off Me, Kevin, Charlotte, Colin, Mieke and Shona went.
Tianjin is only an hour away on the train but it still meant getting across Beijing at six o'clock ...
... on the distance it would travel on one charge of its battery. So I had charged it up and set off, continuing in a pretty boring sort of manner at 21 km/h for the 11 revolutions.
I wonder how many people wondered about the foreigner going past every 3 minutes or so …
(I have taken the pictures over the last 3 years. Consequently all four seasons could be represented, not just summer as it is ...
... see his play area, his crib, and
his friends. It was so reassuring to see and know that his orphanage
was a good, clean, loving place to live. They had so much stuff for the
kids to do and even Hailey was jealous of the play area they got to
have. Jaden was great through the whole tour. He was quiet and very
content to hang out in Lorilee's arms.
we went back to the hotel to check in and then head to the grocery
... were going to get 3 caddies at the start but I think a couple were just helping our one get the bags onto the trundler.
They have 27 holes at the course; A section, B & C. The C part is more difficult and holds the only par 6 (never seen that before!) hole. It is consequently less popular so that was the first 9 we played. Our second 9 was the B section I think … Although G had had to wait quite a bit for other slower golfers last ...
... post program. My friend Lizy, reminds me so much of my sister so she has been really great company to me. I didn't leave the dorm today though so hopefully I will feel better tomorrow. I think this is also the point of the trip where I start to feel a little homesick, luckily I know this feeling will pass. You simply learn to live without ...