Home Inn (Nongzhanguaner)
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... and I hopped off reenergized and ready to do some exploring.
This section of the wall is far less crowded than some of the others and it is distinguished by an area that has steps that go nearly vertically up the side of one of the mountains. Sadly I wasn’t up to the task of climbing that but I did manage to walk through four towers before turning back. I obviously stopped often for photographs and may have gotten a few keepers. I am ...
... first. Rucksack on back, and carrying Dees. Dee had the 2 day bags and shopping for the trip. Once on, there were no issues until I turned into the corridor and realised I was stuck. Wedged between the walls, with rucksack on my back. I then forced my way down the corridor to the amusement of the conductor who smiled which was at least a good move forward. I don’t think he was too impressed with me messing ...
... homework in the basement lounge. Garrett entered and we talked for a bit.
Later, I went to the library to find book sofr my paper. During my time there, I ran into Father Terry. It surprised me that he remembered my name. We barely see each other most of the time.
Sometime later, I chilled with Garrett in his room. Garrett told me about his experience in Vietnam. Listening to him made me want to check out Vietnam.
... spot as the only blonde in sight. Again, though, I'm thinking...what if they don't show up? I never got my phone charged. I don't know where I am in relation to the school. Sigh. I waited, waited, waited. I kept looking around.
Eventually, two people came up to me. Phew! The guy took my stuff and we walked to the school. It was hot. The poor guy was sweating. I kept trying to help by taking my bag, but he wouldn't let me. Gaga, the lady, (but not THE Lady Gaga) ...
... The Ya Show market is also in Sanlitun, and is a popular destination for tourists wishing to buy counterfeit clothes.This is the Sanlitun of the day, where tourists and locals flock to either buy designer goods or, as Kyle and I do regularly, go to Ya Show, and by now the agressive young men and women who work there, recognise us. Four stories high, each floor contains ...