Bihai Hillside Resort
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... attempted to call the hostel for me until she got through, wrote directions for me in English and Mandarin and even directed me to the correct subway station. What an awkward little holiday my mum and Jeff would have had without Maggie.
When I finally arrived at the Red Lantern House, I temporarily forgot the weight of my rucksack and jumped with joy. Thirty minutes went by before Jeff turned up; he had gone all the way ...
... I so did not want to go to class because of my cold, but I knew I had to.
For the rest of the morning, I drank the hot coco Greer gave while I was doing Chinese homework in the lounge. Natasha later entered the lounge to do her Chinese homework. She revealed that she lived in Lebanon for a while, so she could learn Arabic.
So far in my study abroad experience, I have met people who have plenty of worldly experience. They have ...
... to be quiet in such a hallowed area, but the tourist groups crowding the tombs were irritatingly loud and the whole "dead-person-lying-here" vibe was totally lost. We were, unfortunately, not starring in our own version of "The Mummy."
However, the next tomb, that of Empress Dowager Cixi, was much more empty than the first. We were able to explore it without too much interruption. For the few moments we were alone, the only ...
We're getting behind on the travel blog! For Beijing we are going to demonstrate the wide variety of experiences one can have here by making a pros and cons list... so here are the Beijing highlights: Pro- Peking duck wrapped in pancakes, served with sweet hoisin-like sauce and cool cucumbers Con- Stinky Tofu is REAL and everywhere. Also, eggs ...
... wasn't pink eye. Luckily our group had made a list
of English speaking hospitals in the city, and as an NIU student I
possessed an international ID card which included insurance whenever
I'm abroad. But as we were ready to leave for a major university
within a few minutes, I was given the option to decide my own fate as
an adult. Ride to a hospital crying and clutching a stuffed
panda...Hang around my room all day watching Chinese game shows and
staring at my eyes in ...