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... and I explained that I was hungry and wanted to get something to eat beforehand. This could possibly have been a huge mistake, and to this day I am unsure.
So, she showed me into this room in the back of a shop where they served food. Perfect I thought. We continued talking and she ordered a pot of tea and a juice, and helped he decide on what to eat. The food came and I ate, she shared the tea she had ordered and then requested the bill. To my absolute shock ...
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During my afternoon class, I was talking with Katherine and Chloe. Our professor approached us and asked about if we were ready to return home. I said no because I love Beijing so much. However, I knew that going home will be nice and a nice recovery before returning to Beijing again.
When class was done, I went back to my room to study Chinese. Then, I knocked on Katherine's door. Alana shouted to come in. I walked in and I spoke with Alana for a ...
... pleasant, I felt in a spiritual mood and decided to visit one of the few tourist attractions left on my agenda: The Yonghe or Lama Temple. This required two subway trips originating with the line 1 closest to where I live and then changing to line 5. Being a public holiday, ...
... then the enamel filling to make it look like a vase, seriously time consuming and not a chance in hell we were going to buy anything here!
Final stop, a pearl shop. This was a bit like being delivered to Jersey Pearl in Beijing, rubbish. The only highlight was that I correctly the guessed how many pearls were in the oyster that they opened so won some pearl powder, brilliant, I have no idea what it is.
After a busy day we thought we would ...
... I couldn’t believe that I was sitting there laughing with this girl when people spoke to us because we didn’t understand. How I managed to befriend a group of deaf Chinese and spend the duration of the trip with, I will never understand.
The next stop on the bus was at a Jade Jewelry place and then lunch. She kept typing out things to tell me about the tour we were on. We sat down for lunch and they of course bought me ...