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... when I arrived. The cleaners were also out on the Bund. I guess it was late...Walked for about 10 mins and then left since there wasn't much happening and it was also a little foggy so I couldn't really see anything. On my way back I took a different route to make sure I did not encounter that guy again.
Went straight to bed when I got to the hotel. This night I slept really well.
... are now shops on Taikang Lu itself. Historically Lane #248 was a key entrance that, in order to gain access to the commercially developed area, required walking about 50m through whilst be surrounded by local residents' life, including bicycles, hanging laundry, etc. until finally emerging in the 'new' area. History The neighborhood was originally built in the 1930s as a Shikumen residential district. It remained very local until about 2006 when it was slated ...
... wall and we started watching a Chinese infomercial about the Genie Bra with Asian women flipping around showing how it held their boobs in. Marlin took control of the remote and there was not a single English Channel. We opted to listen to music on the iPhone. The door opened and 2 small women came in each with a bucket of warm water. The gal that had Marlin stopped in her tracks wide eyed and gasped. She was in awe. She had him put his size 13 feet in the pail. That was ...
... it my all and I was making mistakes I shouldn't have been making which cost me games and ultimately made me drop from the tournament. It wasn't all bad, though, because I still learned a lot about the structure of PTQ's and got to see my Magic friends one last time. Who knows, I might find myself going to more PTQs in the near future as a result of this experience.
Then, along came finals week. Finals are always stressful, and this week was no exception to the ...
... nervous and unsure about being away from Vancouver for so long, but I also know that this will be the adventure of a lifetime. I'm not sure where I'll be by the time I actually get to post this, but I thought I'd take a minute to check in and get this blog started. I miss everyone in Vancouver already, but I look forward to keeping you posted along the way!
Okay.. Back to my movie.
*Well we have now arrived ...