Oak Chateau Beijing
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... out of control. Anything could happen. I can’t even text or use wifi. I’m just stuck and out of control.
So as you can see, genuine fear was dripping from my lips and onto the floor. I felt panicky. I was too afraid to go to sleep because I didn’t know if my stop was the last or if I’d have to wait for the station and get off before the train moved away again. I still don’t know. I reached destination A, managed ...
... reading a lot and now beginning to look forward to the open town after being stuck in the cabin most of the time.
We got changed and went to the Restaurant cart and this was arranged by one of the ladies in our carriage. It was a meal out and there were 11 of us. It was a great laugh and the food was not bad either.
Problem was we ordered last and the chef only had one pan. So ...
... fault that TBC gave me so many useless keys when I returned this semester.
"Benny, you dyed your hair?!" Andrea asked. "Did you do it yourself?"
I laughed and said that I had a professional to dye my hair.
For an hour, I studied with Emi in the library. My stomach was craving food. Emi and I ate at **** over Rice outside of east gate. We ate before the dinner rush hour.
Later, we returned to the library. Then, I dashed off to the dorm.
... of all, just the taxi to the location was confusing. Our drivers dropped us off at the entrance of this military base, and the Chinese-speakers had to ask for directions multiple times before we found the right path, which was still another residential area with apartments. We were all confused until we hit a green little park and saw the other members of our group. We waited at the gates and talked to the two soldiers guarding it before this tiny old man with ...
... There are mainly quadrangle dwellings and a few courtyards with houses on three sides. The houses, which are in good order, have delicate gate piers as well as distinctive screen walls and, along with the stone, wood and brick carvings, reflect our ancient Chinese culture.Until now, only the Han family lived here. It is said that the ancestors of the village migrated from Shanxi Province during ...