Taiyue Suites Hotel
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... so close to the city centre, so adding it to a tour saves tourists from finding their own way there. Not that taking the subway in Beijing is particularly difficult, just busy sometimes. It’s quite cheap too - only two yuan to go anywhere in the city. Though I’ve heard they will be raising the prices soon. That evening and the next morning - Tammy’s last day in China! - we did our last bit of souvenir shopping. I had an interesting bargaining experience with ...
As I sit here and update this I am sitting listening to Kenny Rogers, and looking out at the dark with the odd light thinking? This is amazing I am in Russia. On a train heading to China, with the most amazing person in the world. Wouldn’t want to be anywhere else right now.
There is a mossi flying about in the cabin. I am sure it is a midge that has followed me over from Scotland. ...
... br> I then decided to take the subway back to campus. My decision to take the stairs instead of the escalator made me realized how much I had turned into Bethany. I truly miss having Bethany in my life.
Back on campus, I chilled in the lounge and I met some of the new people in my program. Then, I decided to visit Kelsey in her room. There, I ran into Liz, who I met at the airport. Kelsey and I told Liz about our orientation last semester.
... all sorts! Really
So in all the food was pretty good for what we were expecting. And we had free drinks the whole flight also.
through customs and security was quite interesting. We both found it
quite confronting. The staff do not show any emotion in their faces, no
smiles, no hello, no anything! We were quite put off. Through security
we both had to be frisk searched as i (sarah) had bobby pins and a sim
card etc in ...
... China-ness." And that wasn't the first time I'd noticed it. The apartments, the streets, even the ultra-modern subway system all had this same "China-ness," much less subtle in some places than others, but present all the same. If this sounds horrifyingly obvious, consider this: up until I came here, I'd always thought of modernization and Westernization as being one and the same. If a developing country was modernizing, I figured, it was by nature adopting and emulating so ...