Moon Castle International Hotel
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... the bill because they usually are not int he position to pay for the whole bill by themselves.
We took the subway back to campus after dinner. As we were riding it, there was a guitar. Was not a fan of his music because it sounded so old. Terry said that I should go dance with the guy by twirling my scarf around.
After we got off the subway, we ran into Amy, Andra, and Andrea. They just got back from eating Peking duck.
I returned to my room to relax.
... cream - Pizza Hut. There's a reason I'd forgotten it was still around - the food is terrible, but it's edible none-the-less. From school, I took the 45 min bus home, looking for the stop nearest to PH, but unfortunately I fell asleep. By chance, I woke up as we arrived at the stop outside the water-less shack in which I live; if I hadn't woken up, I'd probably be on my way to Borneo by now. I crossed the road, and caught the same bus going in the ...
Come on now. Do I really look that dumb? I refused that offer and continued to make sure that she didn't steal back any of the pieces of the set and replace them with newspaper, which she totally was trying to do. Which made her even more irritated. She actually told me I was "too smart" after I refused to leave and abandoned the careful wrapping, leaving a few pieces completely out in the open. At that point, I was tired of this lady and ushered Najung away ...
... many dances so I figured this would be a piece of cake. Our school had never, I repeat never, put together an evening social dance event of any kind. So for us, we were entering virgin territory. Using our own money [mostly mine], we ventured through the quagmires of supermarkets looking relentlessly for Halloween themed material. We bought cartons of soft drinks to sell and found copious amounts of candy and chocolates to give ...
... strict and they were sure to hide their reactions. Soon enough our
hosts appeared and very urgently shepherded us into a conference
room. A staff member spoke to us through our translator, welcoming us
to the school and thanking us for coming out. Apparently, there's
only one other college from America that occasionally visits for service work. They're
called 'Yale'. Never heard of them.
We were then hit with the brick wall of