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... it had gotten cold in our room. The windows were very thin and the cold air from outside was now also inside our room. We put the second blanked on our beds and left a lot of clothes this night to feel warm enough. A hot shower helped to get back to normal and a hot soup for dinner was necessary not because of hunger but because of the need to get some heat inside.
We went to bed at 9pm and I had a perfect night although it was cold outside my cosy bed and ...
... to kill before dinner. We all went and walked the circle around town. And that was really all there was to see. It was a really small place that was pretty much just a circle full of convenience stores and some hotel branching off. There was a bakery that I was selling a red-bean cream puff looking thing that I am kicking myself for not buying bc it looked super delicious but dinner was soon. After that fun adventure We all went inside and broke up into card groups. I ...
... in China to get that
confidence back- all you need do is send out your name and nationality and-
hell I get like 20 offers/day…granted most kinda suck but it’s encouraging to
say the least!)
However…dun dun dun…
“wei-shen-me!!!!!”: translation from Chinese; “WHY!!!!???”:
translation from Ms. A’s troubled soul; “why haven’t I learned my damn about
Chinese holidays!”: last ...
As we drove around the city, all we could see was huge boxes everywhere and trucks moving goods around. We were pretty sure this is where a lot of good are made and we could make out factories in the buildings. It was eye opening especially after all the documentaries we have seen.
We then went to another city called Hengdian, which is China's equivalent to Hollywood and Universal Studios. ...
Great weekend for a change. The weather was warm, sometimes sunny, little rain etc... Friday I took the riders to the Buddhist temple which is on the other side of the Qaintang River, then halfway up a distant mountain. Actually the mountain's base is in a ghetto so we drag our bikes halfway up the 500 stairs and chain them to a rail where the entire world can watch them. I haven't had my bike stolen there in my previous visits. My ...