Hotel IBIS Tianjin Railway Station
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I went shopping for fruit & vegetables tonight. Wasn't so successful on the veges front but I bought some fruit. Let me tell you how it happened …
I walked along to the vegetable & fruit market on Third Avenue from my apartment. I love the markets – so many small shops, usually owned & operated by one person, with fruit & vegetables stacked up looking fresh & beautiful. Actually, ...
... Of the body of about 300 people at this church, give or take, there are a good amount of Africans that attend and about 10 more that showed up today. Apparently, I'm the only black person there that isn't from Africa, so when it came my turn, the introduction situation was quite comical for me and Phil. All in all, it's comforting to know that somewhere in the city, there is group of people I can worship with, and just get some general support and advice when I need it.
... finished his military service in South Korea and has been in China for 4 months, and has decent language skills. We have the same classes and so spend a fair bit of time in and out of class together. Anyway it's kind of nice to have a friend in a potentially very isolating environment.
For anyone who has the same idea about learning a language in the mother land of that language seriously get a language partner. I have found a couple and ...
I want to shift 100,000,000 tons of goods easily. How can I do that? I know, I'll build a canal. How long a canal? Oh, about 1,700 kms. That sound OK? And when shall we start this large project? Oh, how about in 486 BC? And along the way, let's invent a 'pound lock’ to enable the ships to travel up elevations as well as down. Ok, let’s get started …
And so ...
... someone to approach me.
There’s so much I want to explore
and I feel like I have so little time to do it in. Five months is going to go
by way too quickly, so I have to make the most of it while I’m here. My next
goal is to figure out this bus system, since I have already mastered crossing
streets and taking taxis, and branch out to the further edges of the city. I’ll
keep you all posted about those adventures as well. Until next time!
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking