Tianci Service Apartment
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We bought our flight from Hong Kong to Shanghai in advance and it was scheduled for the 3rd of July. In the afternoon (at about 14.00) we took the airport bus "A21" passing through the Nathan Road. It was quite expensive (like most things in Hong Kong) but it was still much cheaper than to go by taxi. We paid HKD 33 per person and the …
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Big thanks to John and Gina McGinn for hosting a neighborhood farewell. It was really nice to see the neighbors together before we leave.
Also, big thanks to Carla and John Fraser for hosting a get together at Boston Pizza. I think everyone had a great time.
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... laws are loose about where they can smoke so the air was thick with it. Not pleasant. However, it was still an amazing experience. Day 11 I have a full blown chest infection, and so into the antibiotics, Dimetapp, puffer and painkillers. I am not the only one. When we joined the tour, half of the participants had already done Vientnam and Cambodia so were already carrying sickness and so we were not surprised we got sick. I have had a bout of diarrhoea but the ...
... it done I presume in case they faint as well as people waithing for the nurse just like me. I asked a girl next to me if it hurt, tears filling in my eyes and she said no, so I gave my head a shake and sat down in the chair. The nurse tied a discolored rubber band round my arm and gave my veins a firm slap, as if to say come on girl you pussy, In my tearful state I still managed to notice the lack of sparkly new out of the packet English style needles ...
... as a place with panda bears, a giant wall, smog, industry, terracotta warrior statues, and lots and lots of people. And while a lot of it exists, China is also a country that is in the midst of a modern cultural explosion. The middle class is becoming wealthy for the first time in China's history, and with that growth comes spending, leisure, and creativity. However, the Chinese do not take these things for granted. It was not long ago that they ...