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... making you jump as they ring their bells behind you; the occasional old man shouting hello with a big smile as you wander past - one man even walked past Dave, shouted "nihao" (hello), walked over and stroked him. Now that's friendly.
... The maid came in to check Alana out of the room.
Katherine and I walked up stair since Bethany was checking out too. Mariel and Terry were in her room too. After Mariel left, Terry sat on Bethany's bed. When I sat down on it too, the bed sunk low. Terry laughed. I won't denied that I have a big butt.
Bethany had to get something from Chloe. We walked to the sixth floor. She was not in there. Before we walked down, we decided to check out ...
Having my ,final meal‘ (Thank you, Mami) in Switzerland is such a weird feeling. Somehow I still haven‘t quite registered what‘s going to happen. It's still surreal. Probably when I‘m standing in Ulaanbaatar my first thought will be ,Oh sh*t‘. And I don‘t think I‘m the only one who feels that way. :)
Well, better enjoy my last night in bed.
Man... The flight to Frankfurt must have been the ...
... on ten Min's before the first half, and i would like to think i impacted a little just because of my fresh legs. Bearing all this in mind, its 30 degree heat and very humid/smoggy. Because of the heat, in china you can make as many subs as you want and the ones that have gone off for a break can also come back on. Which is a great idea, if i have been subbed on and i feel the slightest pain in knee, i can come off stretch it off and get back on ...
... was herded and shushed by guards through the building.
There's a special place with a large bronze statue of Mao where you can leave memorial flowers (which you can buy outside for a mere 3 yuan, of course!). Then you're herded through to his actual resting place. He's lying in a glass case, with a warm yellow light shining upon his waxy face. It was a little creepy, in ...