Nikko Jinglun Hotel
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... seems to walk to tower one and stops. Warren and I walked to the highest stop we could to Tower 5. Chairman Mao said that if you wAlk the wall you are a hero so the bus group called Warren and I super heroes because we got so far. It really wasn't worth the view because there was nothing to see but smog but it felt great to have walked that far. We then had lunch at the biggest round ...
... is hard. Friends here have been great and very supportive but it’s different when you’ve not known people very long. It’s weird but when things here aren’t going so well, it feels magnified because you’re away from all the things familiar to you & it’s much harder. Stuff that’s annoying, gets even more so, like the crowds of people for example, you become less tolerant I've also been suffering from a back ache quite often, which ...
... very weary in the hard chairs they have had to sit in all night. I want nothing more than escape this back to my own bed where I can finally sleep. 20 mins later and a nurse whips of my quilt and takes out the drip. YES. They then tell me if I am still suffering later today I have to go back for another drip. In my head there is no way I am feeling ill later. We gather my things and walk back through the darkened corridors out into the cold morning air.
... of tourists both from home and abroad. More than 370 foreign leaders and celebrities have visited there." (http://www.travelchinaguide.com/china_ great_wall/scene/beijing/badaling.htm)< br>
Our group then went back and then went to our graduation banquet. I had the chance to have great food and conversation with a new friend, before having to do our performances for the group. I have to say, that I was very pleased with how ...
This past weekend I followed my family friends around the Beijing Area. I first met up with them in Dongzhimen at Raffles City, and from there we were shuttled in to a van driven by Lincoln (xiao lin). A new passenger whom I did not meet before was a 3 month old Yorkie, who was purchased several days earlier at the dog market I had visited back in September. Small and quiet, the puppy will make the cross Pacific plane trip over into Calgary ...