Everyday Express Inn
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... looking forward to the relaxed sit-down promised by our guidebook but the square is closed for reconstruction, so we head back via the underground to Qianmen Street for some people watching before joining our party at the hotel for an early dinner. Having skipped lunch this is very welcome, today's novelty being fried pancakes stuffed with leek and garlic.
We arrive at Beijing West Railway Station in plenty of time ...
My alarm clock went off very loud this morning. I panicked to turn it off, so it did not wake Mike up. My mind thought that I was so late for class.
I quickly got ready and rushed to class. When I got to the classroom, I checked the time. I was ten minutes early. It sucked that I did not eat breakfast. When I don't eat, I get cranky.
My professor did not bring her daughter in since she was starting school today. Doctor Jean was gone again. He has ...
We bid farewell to Jack and Jong yesterday and had a bit of a sleep in today as our plans were to self guide attractions near our hotel then pack for our flight home tomorrow. Rob's foot had swollen up again (probably all the 600 mil bottles of Chinese Beer) and after breakfast we got the bad news.
Super Typhoon Usagi was bearing down on southern China and both our flights to Hong Kong and Sydney had been cancelled. Rob went into panic mode. What to ...
... an will be glad to have you back. Your quiet observations never left a doubt that you were drinking in all of China...every minute of it.
Andrew--I love how you embraced the chances you had here, and how you created so many happy days for yourself. You are thoughtful and insightful. We were thrilled to have you along for this crazy ride.
Emilia--you get the sleeping trophy! You are always son interested in all the things that we've done, ...
... There is an app for the phone called wechat, an instant messaging system, where you can message individuals, or have group chats. Quite good fun. A friend Luisa from Colombia suggested brunch on wechat, more & more people decided that was a good idea, and suddenly there was a table of about 20 of us at a lovely restaurant in town!! They did a good 3 course brunch menu, with free flow wine / beer / fizz - so of course, I drank as much fizz as possible to ...