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... to what I was expecting. Our first stop a few hours in, quick and only about 10 mins. People getting on and off. Went out but nothing on the platform. Everyone crashed out for a bit of a nap. Then woke to head to the dinner carriage for dinner. Great atmosphere, everyone talking to each other, sharing stories and adventures. Most are drinking bad, cheap alcohol and enjoying a few drinks- cos there isn't much else to do. The train seems to be divided into Chinese ...
... a complete fail. Jean, Shari, and a bunch of people were in there too.
Then, I decided to get bubble tea at my favorite stand outside of east gate. When I got to the stand, there were some guys in front of me. I had to wait so long before it was my turn. So happy to get my bubble. It made me sad to realize that I won't have bubble tea for a dollar and have bubble tea shops within walking distance near me when I return to Colorado.
While I ...
Our 8am hotel breakfast was oddly served to the table and included tasty pancakes which we finished quickly before heading to the business centre and sending off our postcards - it will be interesting to see when, if ever, they arrive! People were a little worse for wear after the karaoke and Tom was glad he left early at 2:30am as some had stayed up outside until 5am! This meant that despite the proposed 8:30am leave we only managed to roll ...
... to sleep on it. We bought a spongy mattress pad at Ikea today, but even with that extra protection, it is still much harder than what I'm used to. I have a feeling that most days I'll be so tired it won't matter how hard the mattress is.
In the last 2 days I have signed up for the gym, got a subway and bus card, activated the sim cards in my phone, registered for a placement test, shopped for some things I left behind and organised a ...