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... including Anisa, were riding her tail at the bottom. In fact, even though Savannah started out right behind mr. nuckolls, who finished the same time I did, Devon and I had time to get out of the toboggans and take pictures with people and STILL wait on her for some time. Bless her heart. After climbing the wall, we got our first haggling lesson. Savannah bought a souvenir t-shirt for 50 yuan. Devon and I told the woman 50 was too much and started walking away, so ...
... friend across the road. My first night in my new room was so much fun, as we all hung out in Taylor’s room down the hall, and she cooked us pear pie in a tiny oven in her room. If this is any indication of what it will be like next semester, than I am definitely excited to come back!
We also had our 'graduation’. As many students have finished their year abroad, so there was a bit of a ceremony to ...
... bleeding. I tried to stop the bleeding with some toilet paper but got blood on the rest so took it all. Holding it to my hand I then had to try to redress!!
I exited the toilet and I then flashed my I jury to my train neighbours as I don’t have an vocabulary for I cut my hand in the toilet can you get help. They got the train lady who took me to a train man who started dressing it. I think he was nervous in front of a wei ...
... it to be closed. We therefore had a bit of a change in plans and now we are going on Wednesday instead. Tomorrow we are going on an excursion to the Great Wall of China, I think for both of us this will be one of the highlights of our china trip. So we finished the afternoon off with a visit to the Summer Palace, where the emperor and his court fled to when the hot summer came to Beijing and the Forbidden City became unbearably hot.
... famous events from the early days of Communist Party of China. Mao was centrally featured as the grand hero. Honestly, this all upset Hsing-ay who is deeply saddened over the loss of life that has darkly stained the early promises of communism in China and how the official take on history ignores all the tragic events. So many of the paintings show commoners gladly bearing great burden as the will of the ...