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It took us more than 2 hours to pass the customs. The second-biggest airport in the world didn't have air conditioning. Insane right? It was 3 AM and we didn't fall asleep. The jet lag really struck ******* us. Air quality: D-
It will soon be the time to board on the plane. We really enjoyed our trip back to our motherland. We didn't had the chance to visit every landmark of every city. It would be interminable for sure. However, we did visit Danny's hometown and we returned in the Cantonese region of the country (Hong Kong) for Yu Xuan. We could clearly notice the big …
... had some burgers and beers. It was nice for Todd to be able to see the Embassy and be able to meet some of the great people who work here. We were able to walk around Sanlitun and see some of the bars and shops around there.
It was a pretty quiet and uneventful for weekend but it was nice to be able to relax and visit with Todd.
... heat. Then they gave our feet a bit of a massage, then quite a scrub with sort of an exfoliant.
Then we removed our tops and lay face down. They gave us first a neck and top of back massage, which was quite rough, as apparently I am ever more stiff in the neck than I thought. Then they moved down to the lower back and our legs and were quite firm. They were beside us, on the big bed. Eventually we rolled over with a towel on top and they focused on the tops of ...
... obsess over having no one in your photo. Aside from the fact that people here will notice you are taking a photo and still walk in front of you, they also make no effort to get out of the way when you are trying to get that perfect shot. As I walk through the complex I feel like I'm stuck in an infinite loop. While grand there is little variety to the design of gates and buildings. Fortunately the lack of variation is soon replaced ...