Zongcan Guest House (Beijing Third)
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... If I wanted it badly, I would wait to buy it in the US because it would be cheaper there than in China.
We exited the mall and Emi and we ran into Garret. I was screaming his name until Emi pointed out that he was listening to his headphones. Garret was taken back by my new look. I forgot that he did not see me when I got my hair dyed. We talked for a bit before he had to run off.
Emi and I decided to eat wontons at the Asian fusion place outside of west ...
... were teasing him for having a girl's name! Quite bizarre!
Yesterday was school trip day which proved to be plenty of fun. After piling into minibuses , we headed to the Chinese National Museum. Situated just off Tiananmen Square, this was really my first trip into the city centre. The museum itself, the largest in China was really interesting and completely opened my eyes to the events in China's past, leading up to the birth of communism. Will definitely be doing ...
... I have to be all goody and if I do some things wrong I will get punished..... I thought, "When will my parents start trusting me? I am older now and I am not stupid or anything and I know how to behave and I usually am a good guest. So, what is the difference between my friend Ethan's parents and the friend's parents? Nothing. Ethan's parents like me because I am a good guest and at everyone's house I never destroy stuff and I am never to greedy and I am always polite ...
... duck but was greeted by befuddled faces from Amber and the waitress. As I found out, you eat the meat with raw veggies wrapped up in mini pancakes dipping it into plum sauce. Absolutely delicious. I could barely walk out of the restaurant as full as I was. It was time for some energy burning on Friday and what better way to walk it off than a round of Golf. I met my girl caddie and we started out after some practice swings. Quickly realizing that her English and ...
... of the sudden, in walks another woman offering me a foot massage—while I’m lying there topless!! She shows me a calculator that says 120 RMB for the foot massage (about $20 US), so I say go ahead, what the hell. She proceeds to bring in a tub of hot water, puts it on
the table and bends my legs to put my feet in. She shows me the special “Tibetan medicine packet” and adds it to the ...
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