Home Inn (Beijing Xinjiekou)
Travel Blogs from Beijing
... watching a presentation and found ourselves in the end of the corridor which opened into a room with lots of tables, most of which were occupied. We were shown to a side table and Tina left us. She had another couple from Perth that she was taking to the airport so our driver was to come and get us once we had finished. She negotiated with our waiter but in Mandarin. Gemma understood enough to realise that they had no Peking Duck left!!! Tina was properly cross - I ...
... she gave me my food.
Chinese people here are very friendly.
I dashed to the stadium store to get a bottle of water. Then I went to the basement lounge of my dorm to do my homework before my tutor. Jacky showed up and we worked on some grammar and studied for my dictation tomorrow.
He told me that I kept mispronouncing ren. I kept saying it as wen. Then he told me that I was slowly getting Chinese and that I seemed less confused than ...
... 8212;taking luggage
on the subway..then to top it off the downfall of acid rain was wonderful. I got soaked.
It was ...
... numbing; a party for the mouth)
“The New Denim is pursued by the president’s fashion advisors for 21st Century styles.”
“We do not know any English but that’s ok because no one else does either.”
And the statement ends with:
“Our consciousness of brand always support the LIBERATION of gentle men,s mind”
(… and I guess punctuation is being liberated ...