Starway Xingyue Liangma Hotel
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... I'm not quite sure) it was light outside the entire time, so everyone slid their windows shut making the only light sources the TV screens casting this strange soft glow throughout the cabin. It was light and dark at the same time. If that makes any sense at all. And now, since I have to be awake again in six hours, this is where I will leave you. We have arrived safely here in the very smoggy but cool looking sort of Beijing, tomorrow sight seeing starts at 8am so until next ...
... 12 hours in total today. Jasmine and I found each other off the plane when we were both in line to use the toilet. I went in and found myself in a more traditional squat toilet. I hadn't paid attention, because they had both, and I didn't want to look like a fool by coming back out, so I just got on with it, after taking a photo for posterity. Upon finding our baggage, I noted that my luggage looked a bit bashed up. The handle is ripped, and there are ...
... She said if it's just a group of white people it's fine, but then they see me and they think "why the hell is this Asian boy here".
A funny thing happened the other day while my friend Annika (white girl) and I were at a supermarket getting some things. We were just minding our own business, pushing out cart along when this old man grabbed me by the arm, came right up to me, and whispered in my ear: ...
and Party Officials eat but I, clad in jeans and a grubby t.shirt covered in tofu
stains was relegated to the third.
Supposedly you need a booking for Quanjude. I
did try. I accidentally booked for 111 people and no one replied. Not a big
deal, I was greeted within seconds of arriving by a woman in what appeared to
be a red dressing gown clutching a radio and introduced to an army of fellow
walkie talkie ...
... different country around the world. Many different countries come to set up an exhibit to represent their country's gardens, parks, and landscape architecture. We mostly focused on the Chinese gardens. In China, gardens are a huge part of the culture, with a lot of history and meaning. And when I say "garden", we aren’t talking a flower garden or a few trees and plants clustered in the backyard. These gardens have bridges and ponds and ...