Flowering House Courtyard Hotel
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and dispatched the creature to snake heaven. The cat wouldn’t speak to me for
days, although possibly that was because for most of that time I was vomiting.
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... food in Beijing, had fun experiencing another culture’s nightlife, and tried my best to fit in. Although it was only 3 weeks (and went incredibly fast), it really was an awesome culture shock, and I began to understand what it feels like to walk in the shoes of another and embrace new customs and culture. I’m excited to continue on to Taizhou and Shanghai and make the best of our remaining time in ...
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