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... the other side of the Palace so we hopped on and once on the other side we walked across the seventeen arch bridge to head for the exit.
After quick bite to eat it was time to go home so we flagged down a cab and off we went. Later on that evening back at our hostel we decided to get some dumplings. We practised with our chopsticks and found that they were 'slippery little buggers' once we had covered them in soy sauce! They were very tasty and after a few of these ...
... the price. I asked, "Liang kuai (two bucks)?" She said, "Er Kuai (two bucks)." That confused me because I was told to use liang for two when there is a measure word.
The woman took my two yuan until she came out and showed me a different brand that costed one yuan. I took that one and she gave me back my yuan.
I went back to my dorm because I was supposed to walk with Monica to our Chinese class. She was running late. So, I left because I did ...
... and crowns from the emperors.
We went back to Beijing, we had lunch and we had fried Sauchi again. We found out hotel and then we went to theater called the red theater. There was a big kungfu show. There was a man who could lie on knives and there was a big block with nails in it and someone lay on top of him. And on top of that there was a concrete block. The man with a sledge hammer hit the concrete block as hard as he could and snapped it in half. ...
... was much more like a contemporary dance piece than i'd expected. But sadly all good things must come to an end and it was time to say goodbye to our dear friend Flo who came to the train station to see us off. I'm not going to lie, there were a few tears, on both sides, as we said our goodbyes, We hadn't known her for long but she was one of the loveliest people I have ever met and a fantastic tour guide who made our time in Beijing that bit more special!
... The idea is to have a social group, but doing different things and having presentations about various subjects, traditional Chinese stuff, business ideas, fashion, spa’s, coffee meetings etc.
Friday evening the boss dragged us (well, ok maybe not quite!!) to the pub after work for a much needed beer, we had aimed to go to the Australian chamber drinks early evening, but as always it didn’t work out so we popped home & went to ...