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... look good with dyed hair." I bluntly said.
I walked back to my room to chill. Mike was busy until he realized that the my new backpack was delivered. He went off to go get it for me. So happy that I chose to live with a Chinese roommate. Mike is right there to order things online for me if I can't find it myself.
My original TBC bag broke. I tried to get a new one in the TBC office, but Andrea said that I would have to pay two-hundred RMB for it. ...
... about how it could be better. Turned out that going from intensive elementary to intensive intermediate is a huge jump. I was about to say that I was happy to do regular intermediate until Jean yelled at me to not say it.
Olivia said, "Every man for himself." I snapped, "Hell yeah, girl. You should know me by now. At least I am honest. " Olivia responded, "That is why we love you, Benny!" I shouted, "Liar."
... mean Shanghai by the way). It's a town along the way...?! Now I understood the confusion. I paid the 107 yen and somehow figured out I'd arrive in Shanghai at about 5:30 pm or 7.5 more hours in Coach (over 15 hours on the train in total) with no food, no room, and no sleep. Waaah. I found a seat and kept having to rotate whenever we stopped for new passengers since I didn't have an official seat. Sleep was not in the cards. Fortunately they did sell some food and water on ...
... an was also the capital during the Qin dynasty when China was unified with one currency and language. It was during the Qin Dynasty that the emperor Qin Shihuang built the army of 8,000 Terracotta Warriors to protect him in his grave. In 907 AD the fall of the Tang marked the end of Chang’an, and China’s capital moved east to Beijing. Although its economic importance declined, Xi’an still had military importance and its walls and fortifications have ...
... you can see the spiral staircase we walked up to reach a walkway behind one of the waterfalls. I was on cloud nine and so were my lungs--so much oxygen compared to Beijing!!
After lunch we went to a different park area and took a walkway tour along a river in a small canyon which was also really pretty. The water was really clear and cold; it was just a really refreshing change from the city scenery.
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