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... of hope shone today when a very old lady saw me and gave me the biggest smile and made me feel like we are wanted in Beijing.
So tonight Lauren and I dinned at a dece (for those that don't know my slang, 'dece' means decent) restaurant called Dondonya in the Oriental Plaza. We both had a battered chicken curry with rice and a side of grilled chicken skewers with spring onions and a drink each. Totalling £14.20. You can ...
... having decided she wanted to go to the hospital, so Alvaro offered to come with me to pick her up from the hostel. The metro was due to close at 11 so we quickly finished our food and rushed to the station to find them shutting the line we needed. We didn't get back till an hour later and without a phone I had no way of contacting Rose to let her know. She was waiting downstairs ready to go when we got there. The hospital was just a short taxi away, but getting in wasn't so ...
... to give up meat. Corrine respected me for being honest.
My Indian curry arrived and it was so good. A vegan meal was not actually bland. I was pleased with it.
When we finished our meal, Corrine asked the waitress to take a cake to go. The waitress that they had no sweets available. Corrine frowned.
After paying the bill, we took the subway back to school. I then studied for Chinese for a while. Then, I finally started on my paper.
... from Sydney. Our photos show just how amazing the views were! We got a bit burnt and our quads hurt the next day but it was a fantastic trip. As you can see from our photos, Gareth took a freebie stress ball in the shape of a man, that looks strangely like Vinny! We planned to put him on the wall and take a photo with him. The Chinese ladies thought the stress ball thing was actually Gareth's doll called Vinny that he wanted to take with him. They were ...
... be doing a later blog entry to show case just the and another on the crazy signs.
After a restful night in the hotel we were all up and ready to head to Tiananmen Square, the Forebidden City and to "Old Town" for the day. The square is much as I rememebr it from 1996, but they have added two VERY large videoa display walls, I'm sure they were installed for the Olympics. ...