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... at one of the shopping centers- to look- not a lot of shopping went on. Found these condoms and it's 'hug close' so be careful when you hug close- you need protection!! Looked around a bit and there was no money exchange place at all. We bought some supplies and Coke ¥3.5 = $.50 approx- wow!!! We headed back to the hotel for a shower and a crash out. Such an exhausting ...
... couple. When I asked what the dish I was served, the Chinese woman said, "It is the one in the middle." She was referring to the dish displayed on the wall.
"You speak English?" Olivia asked.
The woman responded, "I speak a little bit of English." She revealed that she attended Beijing Sport University.
When I first tasted my dish, the onion was so strong. Despite the strong taste, I loved it.
... stuff last night wasn't that) and loads more - more importantly beer and vodka!!! Plenty time to update this thing :) Lounge 3 of who knows how many (as not sure where my pass works) done Flight 3 of 8 in progress Hong Kong Airlines Airbus A330 - good seats 2-4-2 so Kel doesn't get the stranger next to her Bad news no alcohol - oh but they have beer !!!! What once again Kel stung! All our internal flights are ...
... on a high price. When Kenyeta told her she could buy a real Louis Vuitton in the US and the sales lady told her that her wallets were almost real. I had another lady do te same thing for a paper cut but when I tried to walk away the lady grabbed my arm and I ended up practically dragging her out of the store. I ended up buying a shirt, hair pin, hat and paper cuts. Afterwards we dropped people off at the temple of heaven but it wasn't even open. The rest of us went to ...
... described...and multiply by
ten. These students had spent their lives shooting to qualify for
Peking, and now fought with all their might to survive its curriculum
while supporting themselves and making tuition payments. While Ivy
League schools are known for attracting the financially privileged,
similar Chinese institutions consist of students from every walk of
life from children of party leaders to self-made individuals who were
born in slums like the ...