- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... have enjoyed it immensely. We can find absolutely no minus points, except we were not here long enough. It really is vast as I've said. They say 20 million here, I also don't think they know. I feel this one child per couple also encourages non declared children, hence higher than registered population. I mean we're from Scotland, you get the impression one good sized street in China, could equal all of us. A high rise block, well that's ...
... wind through the eighteen mountain bends. The main Wahuang Palace is situated on the right side of the mountain. It is four storey high and measures 75 feet tall. The nine iron chains secure Badian Hall, Qingxu Pavilion, Zaohua Pavilion and Butian Pavilion to the cliffs from the bottom to the top. The elegance of the construction demonstrates the ingenuity and high level of Chinese ancient architecture.
... an, cash/money]) or about 7 cents American or 1 Kuai which is about 15 cents. They have a bunch of other flavors too. It was a really nice surprise, apparently the TA’s have known about this for a while but failed to mention it, haha.
Another nice thing about Quzhou is that the computers work! In Beijing, we had to use either one of two computers in the CSETC office, or make our way to Joy City to use the free Wi-Fi, both of ...
I know I've mentioned water before, about the fact that most water here in the country is boiled and served hot, and the water we do get in bottles is always warm and leaves your mouth a bit dry. So you can understand my excitement when I realized that the people the gatehouse sell ice cream! And not only do they sell ice cream from their ...
I would love to get you all caught up on all the amazing and crazy things that have happened to me in the past 6 or 7 days, but there's just not enough time and too much crazy stuff going on. Also, a heads up: My camera is broken. So I haven't been able to take photos, but I did manage to snap a few with my laptop camera out the office window, and Cooper was kind enough to lend me some of the photos he took.
Let me just preface what I will blog here by ...