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Where have you lived and worked?
I was born and brought up in Shanghai.

Currently I'm studying in university

but yeh...I worked for Starbucks as my part-time..I think I'm a good barista lol...What's your favourite beverage?

Last summer, I worked as a volunteer for the Olympics =) It was so much fun!!!

And this summer...heading to YELLOWSTONE!
About Me:
Wassup world!?
Dream Job: tell u later ;D

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Telecommunication & internet access in Yellowstone.

Posted on March 20, 2009 at 7:18pm 0 Comments

My friend from West Yellowstone told me (she works for Xanterra):

There is a cell phone tower at Old Faithful, another at Grant, one up on Bunsen Peak, and one on Mt. Washburn. Lake Village doesn't currently have cell phone reception. Xanterra has wireless in the dorms, and a comptuer or two for employee use.

Here's what my employer (DNC) said :)

The main dormitory at each location has been wired for WIFI reception. Our computer department will need to get some… Continue

What to pack

Posted on March 20, 2009 at 7:00pm 0 Comments

Traveling to Yellowstone

Yellowstone is very remote, so it takes some time to travel to the park. There are no big cities nearby.

Please travel to Bozeman, Montana by bus or airplane.

Unless you're a strong swimmer, you will be flying into the U.S. The fastest and easiest way to get to Bozeman, Montana, is to fly all the way, but Bozeman has a small airport and flights can be expensive. Most students choose to fly to a larger city and take the Greyhound Bus to Bozeman. Be… Continue

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At 10:24pm on July 17, 2009, akscootr said…
I will be by sometime soon. You work at the General Store by the Inn or by the Snow Lodge? If you like hiking, we will get along great :0). Try the Lone Star Geyser hike; I would be happy to take you. Peace amiga...
At 3:00am on June 16, 2009, Donald Mollohan said…
I'm at the north rim grand canyon.. I miss talking to you
At 8:00am on May 19, 2009, Donald Mollohan said…
Hope all is god fpr you love!!!
At 2:36pm on May 3, 2009, Donald Mollohan said…

At 2:04pm on May 1, 2009, Donald Mollohan said…
At 12:06am on March 24, 2009, Josh said…
Trying to meet some cool people before I head to yellowstone. I'll be at old faithful...where will you be?
At 10:16am on March 23, 2009, Kevin Mellott said…
Well I think it is a must go. It was by far my favorite trip of the summer. Watch out for mosquitoes if you go in June or July! Don't worry about the size of the park just see what you can!
At 9:50pm on March 21, 2009, DPar said…
<--Starbucks Barista School alumni '06! where are u gonna be working at Yellowstone?
At 11:40am on March 21, 2009, Kevin Mellott said…
Absolutely I did! Don't be afraid to do some back country camping! Yellowstone gets really busy during the summer time but you get five min off the beaten trail and the likelihood of seeing another person is slim. So go to the backcountry office and get a free permit to a backcountry camping sight and go see the real Yellowstone. My Fav hike was actually out to Wrangler Lake. There is only one sight out there and it was gorgeous. Take time to do a walk a round the lake there is a big kid jungle gym around it :) I would love to take you up in that offer. I am looking at heading toward that part of the world this next winter actually!
At 1:01pm on March 19, 2009, Annie said…
I'll actually be in Yellowstone in June, I start work next month at Old Faithful

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