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... Rachel gets out and goes into the gas station with him. Somehow, they come out with the driver seeming to have an idea of where he is going. As we are driving along the long dark straight road, we finally see a sign in Mandarin and English, pointing to our resort. Relief!! Just moments later, the taxi driver turns off to the right and we are thinking hmmmm,what now. Then we arrive at another Hot Springs resort with a similar name, but not the right one. ...
Thursday January 30th marked the end of the year of the Snake and brought us into the year of the Horse. We spent most of the day in the apartment with the exception of stocking up on some groceries for the holiday and then were going to make our way across town in the evening to see the fireworks. We'd been hearing fireworks all day, but when 11pm rolled around they were being set off everywhere we looked. We ...
... heart hand sign.
Jacky told me that he laughed at my WeChat profile picture since I was doing a silly face. Katherine then continued laughing at me saying my thoughts out loud. Stephanie came in and she laughed at me too for how obvious that I was so over Chinese.
Jacky commented that I always wear a scarf. Katherine agreed and she always said that she always tried to remember which one she had seen me worn. I love my scarves.
I slammed my ...
... that I hadn't seen before (from traveling by plane, being in a hot climate, not taking enough aspirin, and walking excessively) so we headed to the hostel and napped with our feet up. That night we book our great wall tour for 280Y (this does NOT include the lift to the wall, which they don't tell you). We chose a less crowded section of the wall that was described to us as less strenuous (it started with an M but I'm not sure of the name offhand now). We went out for ...
... out to the lady who had to work with Dad's feet. With the ladies talking about us to each other in Chinese, I felt like I was getting the full Chinese pedicure experience. Not a bad first professional massage endeavor for me. We lived today, we lived.
Things we learned today:
1. Jaywalking is the only way to get around. Ignore crosswalks
2. Unless the menu says otherwise, just assume it's chicken, even ...