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... you get in and there is a glass wll at the edge of the platform so that there would be no way that someone could fall into the tracks. My orginal thoughts of the market were something like a large open air flea market. It turned out to be 6 times the size I was picturing and most of the spaces are covered with a building, an overhead structure or umbrellas. We were given about an hour and a half to explore the market before we had to meet back at the front ...
... and Olivia and I left to check out the new section of Pearl Market. The new section was very high end, but so expensive and probably over priced. Bethany and I decided to go see the old section while Olivia went solo. In the old section, I did not see anything I wanted. Neither did Bethany.
Bethany and I got Starbucks. I got a green tea frappuccino. Had not have one since being in China. Bethany's coffee smelt burnt. So, she was ...
... you should boycott seal products– nevermind the cultural implications on native communities! “
At night we “swept the streets” (in Canto, meaning prowl the streets for street food snacks rather than have a sit down meal) at Wangfujing...everything was super salty to conceal its lack of flavour.
... we awoke to go get breakfast in the hostel bar and were greeted by a good ten centimetres of snow. It was fairly cold so I was happy about the extra clothes I had bought. Inside the bar we met with our friend from the night before, Sarah and a new friend, Francis. We were all going on the great wall today and decided to stay together.
Because of the snow the minibus was late but off we went. We got to a hill at one point near the end of ...
... upon the mercy of my peers and colleagues to aid me in my new venture. This job is on the basis of a 12 month contract, meaning that I will be working for another year (in China) before actually walking the earth. Whilst this has hampered my plans, it does mean that I am able to save a little more money up and am able to add something new and different to my CV, all whilst taking a massive leap into a different culture and career.
Before I start my job, ...
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