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After class on Friday, my lovely friends Sammy and Faye with their son An An picked Vesliana and I up to visit the snow.
There is a little man-made ski village called Miyun about a two hour drive from my school. It is a pretty little slope with two runs for intermediate and above skiers, and two runs for beginners, all covered in man-made snow. We were there not only with Sammy and Faye, but also Rebecca and another friend Vivian. I haven't skied since ...
... I think the trickiest thing is picking a price you are willing to pay that isn't too high or too low. If the price is too low, they will not sell you the item.
So you pick a price and they give you a high price and you stick to your price and they come down a little bit, and you still stick to your price and they stop coming down in price, then you walk away and then they either let you leave or call after you your price or ...
... It stalled a few times, which had me a little nervous, but then all went well and he whisked us to the Airport Express train in under 15 minutes. We already had prepaid roundtrip train tickets (cheaper than using Hong Kong's incredibly convenient Octopus cards, which work everywhere from the busses and subway system to the convenience store and the school cafeteria). The train goes every 10 minutes or so, and we were soon at the airport. China Air ...
... different masks, split everyone into four groups and each student had to make a replica of their particular mask. A lot of students spent way too much time tracing the patterns on the mask, and were forced to rush when they started painting and found that class was close to ending. A few students' masks came out very pretty while others simply gave up.
After eating a lunch consisting of noodles with ...
... being moved to their correct seats. It was like musical chairs. Some Emo kid came up and kicked out the fattest bloke next to me so that was good. The train was starting to look like a Laos bus cos there were lost of door people standing. They sell off standing room tickets in the door spaces.
4hr in and the train is packed and we are only at Nanjing. ****!!!!! We arrive at 9.30AM not pm. What a rookie mistake. I dunno what I was thinking but the train takes 20hr NOT 9hr. My ...
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