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... I came across a street vendor, selling cut up dried chicken. It didn't look appetizing so I kept walking. I started to smell something good and came upon another street vendor grilling what I hoped was chicken so I walked inside but the menu had no pictures or English and no one there could understand me. I also remembered that there was a Bird Flu warning sent to us recommending we are careful of poultry and bird ****. Ok I guess I will keep looking. ...
... because of the difference between America and China regarding what's aloud to be said in public and what’s not. The Forbidden City was a very large area which incorporates amazing and creative structures inside. I learned how much power the emperor had back then and how he lived a very ravishing and comfortable life style.
As well as seeing different attractions in China I also learned how difficult it is ...
... be a great picture to look at when I am old.
When I looked at the color option, I told the woman that I wanted blue. She busted out laughing and labeled me crazy. I grabbed the options and consulted with Natasha. So, I decided to do a light brown because it was still a bold color.
I sat in the chair for an hour as the guy was coloring my hair. As he dying my hair, I sorted got freak ...
The day started like this:
Gene: "Mark, isn't that the same shirt you have worn for the past two days?"
Mark: "Maybe. Probably."
Gene: "I take it then that you're not wearing clean underwear?"
Mark: "Time to go, we're going to be late for the bus."
Today we visited Tianamnen Square, the largest open square in the world, also the site of Chairman Mao's mausoleum. It was raining lightly so we sprung for the special umbrella hat for ...
... a less touristy portion, but avoided the serious hikes on the "wild" portions of the wall, mostly due to my bum knee and the icy conditions. We even did the obligatory luge down the hill that was lame for me because of a slow poke ahead of me, but pretty fast for Adrian.
Partying on our last night with Chozie knocked us on our butts. We stumbled onto our plane the next day for our 17+ hours ...