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... hours trying to figure out the train situation, bought a ticket and in the end, when I got to the station, it wasn't the one I wanted anyway. Luckily that only cost me $30 but had I bought more than one ticket I would have lost a couple hundred dollars. My point is that sometimes the time spent researching won't help (neither will guide books), you just need to be there to get the correct information in that moment.
The train from Hong Kong to Beijing was a 12 hour express. ...
... appreciate the bottle in the room. LOL.
Another lovely day in Russia. The guard was cooking Onions this morning. Thought I had eaten one. It was a bit strong.
Dee is still dead to the world. I wonder if that mouse was back again last night.
Had some cereal this morning with the milk we brought on the train. I think it will last today and it will be getting binned.
So far ...
I won't deny that midterm week sucks balls.
Yesterday and today, I completed my three-thousand word essay for philosophy and my paper for history! So proud of myself! I started on studying for my Chinese written exam tomorrow.
So, I will be very busy today with my Chinese exams and another exam in a different class.
So today, a few interesting encounters happened today.
This morning, as I was walking to get ...
... have turned into riverside restaurants and weekend retreats for city folks; we think there is a great opportunity to introduce river tubing to China here! We swing into one the restaurants and have lunch, its good but has definitely been Westernized some. The Great Wall requires a decent hike up the hill to the base of the gondola and its 32C now since its after lunch and there is no breeze whatsoever. You know if Heather says its hot that I'm already soaked in sweat! ...
... in China since its introduction in the 1st century.Although an established presence since the 7th century, Christianity in China declined as a result of persecution during the 10th through 14th centuries. It was reintroduced in the 16th century by Jesuit missionaries. In the 18th and 19th centuries, with the widespread influx of ...