Warner Inn (Trend)
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... was a pretty simple task, but what the list didn't allow for was code share flights which it turned out ours was. Having walked all the way to one terminal we had to do an about turn and go back in the opposite direction for 25 minutes, only to get to the check in desk and be given a 60RMB meal token and told to come back in 45 minutes as the plane was delayed and they weren’t even letting passengers check in yet.
... Should also mention that we are driving the poor concierges in this hotel absolutely mad. Every time we walk through the lobby we ask them another obscure question or request something unheard of. Everytime they see us coming they start laughing (cowering with fear as to what we might ask next). We have at least tested their grasp of the English language to the ...
... it would be wrecked by the sheer number of people walking on it. It's good to see a variety of activities in the parks: more dancers and card players today, as well as a badminton match.
The Chinese seem to love their lights too and so many of the ground gardens and trees are covered in pretty lights. No wonder they love/need our coal - quite apart from the size of the population.
Apparently tomorrow there will be a wind chill factor of minus 10. Oh ...
Barry said this on my first day of work, but I held onto it for awhile...
"After a woman gives birth to a child, she should not come near water for 30 days.
"For 30 days, she should not drink water or bathe or anything. My mom had this superstition and she stayed very healthy and young ...
... They were
kind enough (and didn’t have the conversational skills) to tell us we looked
In the part of the school we saw, all the classrooms had
doors to the outside eliminating the need for hallways but creating the need
for all the students to wear warm jackets throughout the whole class. Heating
is a luxury in China and interestingly enough, the government does provide
heating for public buildings in the northern ...