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... on papers, I spoke with my friend Ashley Smith! It had been since forever I talked with her. So jealous that she got to intern at the Library of Congress last semester in Washington D.C.
While, I was about to work on a different paper, Olivia texted me if I wanted to eat at Ricci Cafe in Wudaokou with her. I figured why not. Quickly I dashed to meet up with her to take a taxi there.
Ricci Cafe ...
... next to a large group doing another kind of more marching exercises, beside a group doing Tai Chi like exercise but with a sword, next to another area where people were dancing. A little further along there was more of an exercise park with equipment to work with, and people playing a hacky-sack-like game kicking a badminton like bird around with their feet. And a bit further on, there was a band with a keyboard, alto sax, two tenor ...
... br> of Beijing.
Exploring the alleyways of Wangfujing is a real great experience.
There were lots of exotic food, including sticks of live scorpions on sale. Try it if you dare!
It was then the music of the Peking Opera that concluded this day and evoked my memories of Beijing 20 years ago. ...
After last years debacle in Bangkok we had gone extra lengths to pick a place to meet up, so when we arrived at the airport and it was much smaller than anticipated, there was a sigh of relief. Cathy had arrived on an earlier flight so she was waiting just outside of arrivals to meet Sara. As normal Cathy had snacks and drinks and making a mess while she waited, there was a lady cleaning the floor that was following her around sweeping up ...
... so we our doing this blog to kill time. We are flying to Xi'an (pronounced Chien, not Zian like I've been saying for months!). Its a two hour flight but the plane is still in Xi'an so who knows what time we'll leave. James met a few other travellers in the same situation. One of them booked all his trains but they were cancelled anyway so he has had to fly anyway.
Not much else to say really. A few funny things we have noticed here, like women all wear pop socks ...