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... the most perfect weekend to end my stay in China. Spending a night in Sheraton with good food and the most amazing mattress called sweet sleeper. My last night , ironically , I ate Thai food as last meal and watched the football game of Belgium who unfortunately lost.
It brought me in the right mood of sadness. I was surrounded by the people I wanted to be with.
Moments like these, spending time together, make it even harder to say goodbye every ...
... like no one else does. Most of the time I work…. But the big difference I do it in another country. In China I worked Monday till Friday. And yes in weekends or holidays I would spent my days in a Chinese city. So I want to make clear, my live isn’t all about party, vacation, drinking and eating. It is only the part I will take pictures off… So if money is your excuse: Find another job in the country you want to travel ...
... every way. Chinese girls are spoiled and they always expect to get what they want.... Like a child in a supermarket who wants candy and well when they don't get it you know the reaction.
It's normal to see Chinese men with purses.They have to carry it for their girl. Funny image to see a guy with a pink Louis Vuitton.
Next day it was ladies night in Kempinski hotel. It's one of my favorite hotels to go. They have a German bar that looks like a brewery! ...
... as we’ll be approaching the Three Gorges Dam, the largest dam in the world at 3km long. We have to cross down to the lower Yangtse on the other side of the dam, some 110m down, via the huge system of five locks they have here. At around half past midnight we get our first glimpse of the dam as a long arc of orange lights in the distance. We approach the locks and they’re utterly enormous – we can see there are a few to enable ships to ...
... the night (morning), Wu Shuai and Zhang Xu, as the translation goes, "gifted" us home (meaning they took us home). They paid for our cab back to our school and bid us a good night. I was very grateful for everything they did for us that day and really do appreciate them. I've since talked to Zhang Xu every day, but Wu Shuai has had to return home about an hour away. They said they'd let us know when they have free time to go fishing near Wu's home, as well as go camping ...
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