Guest House Of Navy (Sixth)
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... be able to tonight, since we were all going out for dinner and would be back late. I had my noodles then went back to class. We had a class for traditional painting and calligraphy techniques, which I was so looking forward to, but it ended up being only about traditional painting, and no calligraphy. I was quite tired and disappointed that we didn't get to see and do calligraphy, but it was good. We then had plans to go to Business Street in the Haidian ...
To end the night they all had a meeting with their fellow leader students and teachers to discuss their weekend plans with their buddies and families. The girls will be spending the days with their buddies and families and returning to the dorms at night. Activities planned for the weekend include The Great Wall of China, and The Forbidden City! We can’t wait to hear the feedback from their outings and see their new photos! Have a wonderful time girls!!
As typical, I went to get my chicken wrap and then dashed to the basement lounge to study. Studying for my dictation did not take that long. So I walked to my classroom building and sat on a bench outside.
Enjoying the sun until I saw Father Gene. I shouted out his name four times until he finally heard me. He said, "Look at you! Soaking in the sun and wearing your fabulous scarf!" Love that man. We talked for a bit and I told him that only one person from Regis ...
... type venue. We decided to venture in and take a look. It was an album launch for a local Chinese band. It was fun to watch them even though we couldnt understand what they were saying :-)
Food & Drink
Favourite Local Dish: Dumplings and salted eggs for breakfast!
New Tastes: Snake on a stick & candied haw berries
International McDonalds Meal: ...
... and Mandarin. At Fuxingmen, we had flashes of Green Park in London as we walked a great distance along busy underground walkways to finally reach the blue line. We rushed down the stairs as a train on one platform arrived. After a quick assessment of intended direction, we hustled into this not-too-busy carriage, thankful we weren't on the other side with plenty of people waiting. Moments later, we determined that, while this train would get us to our required destination, it ...