Orange Hotel (Beijing Jinsong Bridge West)
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... the schedule of the time zone I am heading to. Now to find somewhere to charge my devices. Still no pictures yet. My camera is still trying to charge up and my phone is almost dead. I need to get it charged so I can hop on the wifi and figure out the best way to get from Survarnbhumi Airport (BKK) to Don Mueang Airport where my flight to Bali departs in the morning. ...
... but others, such as sweet and sour chicken, were prepared for the tourists.
After lunch we were taken downstairs to see some jade carving and an explanation of the manufacturing process. We then had half an hour to browse around the shop. As expected, everything was very expensive and we didn't feel tempted, although there were many beautiful pieces. Angela particularly liked some fine jade bowls that were "only" about $1,000 each!
... Square for a field trip today. I wechatted Shari the way I found. She responded with a faster way. We agreed to meet up to take the subway together.
I did not pay attention to the time and then realized that I had to meet Shari in the lobby of my building. When I arrived in the lobby, Garrett was there waiting to go to the subway for our field trip. He told me the lines for the sandwiches were long. So, I had no choice, but to skip lunch today.
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... since time was running short. As luck goes, WI-FI wasn't working and the computer was in Chinese and difficult to master. Time ran out and I couldn't get a hostel reserved or anything else accomplished. The hostel manager/owner bought the train tickets to Shanghai for me (with a fee) the night before. The last express train (6 hours) to Shanghai would have left before I returned from my day trip so I bought what seemed like a better and much cheaper option which was a 7 ...
... of 22 provinces and five autonomous regions. These regions are based on the location the five larger, more important minorities. While I would not be traveling to each of the five autonomous regions if I chose this line, knowing about these five minorities provides a nice transition to studying ethnic minorities in China.
1. The Uygurs is a Turkic group of more than 15 million located in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.
2. The Mongols, a group ...