Haibei Lvyuan Resort
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... Fajita Paradise, a nearby Italian restaurant, and Subway Sandwich. But there is no question that at this point in our trip we all miss some of our favorite restaurants from back home like Lupe Tortilla, Rudy's BBQ, and even California Pizza Kitchen.
Catherine and I had separate "lessons" scheduled while the boys were learning Kung Fu each morning.
Paper cutting. An ...
... s 2nd largest city) and explore the hiking trails of the stunning Mt. Kumgang. The weather is beautiful at this time of year — warm during the day but not too hot. See the festive and warm sites of North Korea as you learn more about the fascinating place in the summer months. This is a unique way to visit places that are rarely frequented by tourists. (Don’t forget to pack your swim gear and your summer love!) Highlights Kumsusan Memorial Palace (Mausoleum of ...
... Moses said hi to me from the hallway.
"I haven't read your blog for a while." Dean Moses said.
"You read my blog?" I asked. No clue why Dean Moses would want to read anything I write. My blog is just to let people back home to know that I am not dead.
"I usually read it once a week." Dean Moses explained.
Hearing that surprised me a bit.
I left to return to my dorm and decided to call Katherine, who is in ...
... for my new visa. This interim passport looks for me everything else but official but it has my photo on it and- even more important – a red stamp. Everything official has a red stamp.)
In the airport we strolled around until our airplane came and with another 2 hours delay we finally started in direction of Beijing.
Arriving at Beijing it was actually kind of cool. Maybe just 30 degree and at night even lower. But only the first night…
... information, lounge spots (including a large rooftop garden where we spent most of our hostel time). While most lodgers seemed to take in the overpriced western food and beer, we opted for the street food on our block, which was a narrow but bustling urban street. Our favorites were a small noodle shop across the street and the mass of breakfast carts that were all gone by 10AM.
· Terracotta Warriors – this vast city ...