- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that foreign tourists tend to visit, so I'm glad I managed to find out about it. All throughout the complex there were stone statues or wall carvings and people were slotting small change into the nooks and crannies, and touching the stone. We came across a lovely long carving of all the animals in the zodiac, and another long queue of people waiting to touch the stone. Nearby were more carvings which I think represented religious stories.
... is horrible. I could not careless how bad it was. So over finals already. I wrote three papers already. I have zhong wen (Chinese) final to study for too.
Mark came by my room and gave me a gift of his hometown in Shaanxi Province.
Later, as I was waiting for Natasha, Virginia and Andrea walked by and commented how sophisticated I looked with my buzz cut and my glasses on. I was taken back because I thought I looked like my ...
... thinking of some alcohol for night 2? Maybe help us sleep.
Once back on the train I found a timetable which indicates how long we stop at each station. Here’s hoping for an Odd Bins at the next Station. LOL
I had my cereal in my camping bowl and coffee in my fold up cup. Amazing what the Army does to you. Cheap but packs up in the smallest of spaces. Ideal for our journey. The Couple ...
... to happen, I had to go (by that I mean find) the little store that is nearby and buy a cup, carefully rinse it off with scalding water (I forgot to buy dishsoap), then use one of the teabags I took from my hotel in Hong Kong. Best cup of tea EVER! The cup is nice and BIG, stainless steel, with a lid for steeping. It's probably for soup or something, but it's the perfect teacup for me.
At the store I also bought a towel (didn't know ...
... like the club in Melbourne or like that episode of "Sex and the City". There are also rooftop bars, cocktail bars, gay bars and themed bars on our 'to-do' list.
Tomorrow is the Chinese New Years Eve and one of the interns is having a New Years Eve party, the theme is Year of the Snake and we have brought traditional Chinese clothing to wear - Cheongs!
I can't wait for our next adventure!