Xiang Da International Hotel
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... a little embarrassed and felt sorry for him. She watched as I fished a bill from my wallet, he fiddled with the dragon in a nice red cardboard box, and I headed to the bus with my newly acquired item.
Or so I thought.
As I got on the bus, I proudly displayed the box and chortled about my haggling skills. But then, when I opened the box to display my prize, the box was empty.
The vendor had somehow switched ...
... to my musical talents. I guess our esteemed director felt the same way. I of course did not know a soul but I was struck by the diversity of the people auditioning, from Chinese to Europeans to Filipinos, Brits and Americans, with me the token Aussie, a melting pot of budding thespians. Three months later and that melting pot has formed a cohesive whole and we know each other, after all in recent weeks we all get changed in our costumes together. That, after all, is ...
... of heights (like me) you might almost have a heart attack. Still, I recommend you suck it up and have the experience once in your life.
To backtrack a little, the van we hired to take us to the Great Wall and around for the day came bright and early in the morning. All 8 of us piled in with all of our luggage (since we were leaving for Wuhan that evening) and were off. ...
... dedicated to the Emperors Court. I have taken many pictures but unlessI upload them to my I Pad
or take them with my I Pad, I can't show them to you.
i have forgotten where we ate but every day we have a great Chinese Meal.
That night we went to see the Opera. It was such a different experience. We had gone to the Opera School in the afternoon, giving us a glimpse of the make-up and costumes.
... my listen and writing skills but they begin to come back as time passes. Campus is always busy, often having people pushing through the streets shoulder to shoulder. Oh college.
Things are progressing slowly with my host family. I live with a mother and her 18 yr old son. The father actually is working in another city and doesn't live with us. I don't know which one since ...