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I left xian on the overnight sleeper train back for beijing. The train left from the same station as I arrived in so next it wasnt difficult to find the station. It was leaving at half seven. So I left the hostel at half five. Got a public bus down to the stattion, and got some food for the train and Ate watermelon jn the station I had picked uo earlier at the fruit market. Boarded, and had noodles, and because jaynes bed was free, lots of people sat on it and ...
... bottom. Once we neared the bottom, we heard people's voices. Never before have I been so relieved to hear strangers' voices. After hours of isolation and frightening experiences, people that could help us were a welcome sight. At this point we were so incredibly exhausted and relieved to be off the wall that we were willing to pay 1800 RMB for two taxis to take us back to Beijing. All of a sudden, huge gusts of wind started blowing, and right as we got in the taxi, ...
It was a fashion moment! The museum had all sort of clothing from each ethnic minority in China. So amazing to see the different patterns and colors! As my professor explained each group, it made me more exciting about my Yunnan trip next semester!
After the museum, we had dinner with our professor and his graduate students joined us. I sat next to a woman named Shirley and a woman who spoke about the Hui in our class. Another person next ...
... br> Fact of the Day 2: "Unlike many other animals in Ancient China, pandas were rarely thought to have medical uses. The few known uses include the Sichuan tribal peoples' use of panda urine to melt accidentally swallowed needles" Handy tip to know.
We went on to laugh at the monkeys getting up to their usual mischief - swinging out of the rafters and just general messing. We saw wolves, polar bears, those little red pandas, a few tropical birds and two huge grizzly ...
This has been a relatively laid back week this week- my final day of work was on Wednesday and not much happened on Thursday. There was a day of rain that quickly turned into snow and many of the newer interns who had not had much experience with snow (aussies, mostly) got to enjoy some of the cool scenery it helped create. Alas, as with all precipitation in Beijing, it didn't last too long, but the signs of spring are appearing. I saw ...