365 Days Inn Yichang Liyuan
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... I talked to these two guys for a little bit, and we also played a little bit of charades about athletics-you know how it is when you don't speak the same language. Anyway, I eventually got away. haha. After the calligraphy class on Saturday, I went to KFC with my boss. We were sitting inside when THREE guys come in. The one was the same one from the other day, but the other two were new. They said "We are BFC!" (Bally Fitness Club) I looked at my boss ...
Warning: This one gets a little weird toward the end because it's past 3am, and I decided to write it when I couldn't sleep. I hope you enjoy!
Today, I went to Walmart with some of my coworkers. (Great news! I finally got my ATM card to work!) We went to the bus stop where we usually catch the B100, and waited for probably 10 minutes before we decided to take a different bus. The B100 usually runs so frequently that there are usually two ...
... family from Sydney (Nancy, Stephen and their son Matt) and a German couple (don't know their names yet). With 5 Aussies at the table we are already loud as our combined laughter echoes around the dining room. Our German colleagues try and keep up with very limited English - but we are somehow able to make connections. Mind you, their phone with a German-English dictionary helps. We are doing a lot of arm waving and miming and they are doing a lot of "yah, ...
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To put some numbers around that, if you add up ALL the power stations in Australia - all the coal, gas, hydro, wind, solar, etc - it is about 34GW. That is Australia's total generating capacity. The Three-Gorges Dam has a capacity on its own of 22.5GW - more than 2/3rds of all the electricity produced in Australia. I know there were many environmental and social problems surrounding the dam, but there's no doubt that it prevented the ...
... is being constructed, to be completed by 2015, although the engineers hit an obstacle. The intentions were to use wires to lift the container within which the ship would sit, however it was decided that the wires wouldn't have the strength to hold the weight. With the assistance of German engineers, this equipment will be replaced by chains and gears manufactured in Germany. I really wouldn’t want to be on the first boat to use this ...