Shindom Inn Beijing Tianzhu
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... a rose tea, and I got a wolfberry tea
o The teas were not anything special, but the rose tea had a nice sweetness to it.
· My android was not able to connect to the wifi, so I was somewhat concerned of whether it was the tablet itself, of the restaurant trying to trick me.
· Next, we continued on our way west through the remaining portion ...
... to do law, but she changed her mind. She explained that she could not handle the emotional guilt attached to being a lawyer. I am so glad that I have no desire to do law school. Law seems too depressing and I have interacted with lawyers. They tend to be empty souls. I refused to become a soulless individual.
Before class started, Anthony asked me when the last time I spoke with my dad. I responded that it was three weeks ago and said that I only spoke to him ...
... appeared, and certainly no welcome mat. Undeterred, FeiFei was quick to get on the phone and make Plan B. the second house. Was certainly open for business and tour groups were being revolved through with professionalism. We were told these houses are called "compounds" , with rooms all coming off a central courtyard. It was apparent that there were people living in the house as we were peering through the window into a bedroom and when our eyes adjusted to the light ...
... were still embarrassed about asking strangers questions, but almost everyone who we stopped was happy to answer all of our questions and were super nice. Our group played it smart and just stood in front of a grocery store and questioned people as they walked out, instead of walking around and finding people. We got enough answers quickly, so we all bought some mochi and then went back to school.
The next day, Tuesday, the heavy rain began ...
... towards the Peking Hostel...... got there and they'd moved! The sign had the new address in Chinese so Joe had the great idea of taking a photo and hailing a taxi and showing the photo to the taxi driver.
We finally found Peking Hostel and they very kindly let us use their wifi and we were able to locate the hostel. So off we set AGAIN on what should have been a 30 minute walk. We had various dodgy rickshaw drivers coming up to us offering to take us for £3 (we ...
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