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... and order contrasts sharply with the reality of surviving to actually get to the airport----saw my first accident in Beijing on the way to the hotel actually---fender bender.
5. I feel like I'm still flying on a plane. Like being on a boat all day. Weirds me out every time.
5a. Speaking of planes, Air China did not feed me enough. They gave us two meals, but no snacks---other airlines give you ...
After three weeks of living out of our backpacks we were finally moved into the apartment that we are going to call home for the next 5 months. Moving into a new apartment is very different in China than back in the UK. For one thing no one gives you much forewarning about the details. Late Friday afternoon at the end of our training week we were finally told that we would be moving the next day and needed to meet our Chinese contact at 2pm. Bags packed ...
... reductors. As usual the buildings are adorned with patterns, using beautiful colours of blue, green and gold. Today we had the opportunity to see the interior of the Empress's quarters, where she slept and held meetings with the concubines. While the
expanse of the buildings and the land upon which they are built is impressive, the enclosure at rear of the city, where the last Emperor was permitted to live after ...
... project on her." I explained.
Olivia brought a cute 1950's black dress with a white bow (didn't take a picture). There were plenty of tacky sweaters. "I never understood the appeal of those Christmas sweater parties." Garret expressed.
I completely agreed with Garret. Those sweaters should be burned. Nobody should ever wear one.
We continued walking around the hutongs until we decided to go back to campus.
... keeping fit and hanging out with friends it was brilliant. The temple itself is in the centre of the park and is a good one too...better preserved than the Forbidden City and lesser crowds so we could get into the guts if it better. After a few hours walking around the park and after Andy was invited to join in a game of frisbee with some old timers and biffed their frisbee over the fence ( !) we headed back to Hotel 161 for a black ...