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... people on the bus, so I was curious about them, and then they got off the bus and started talking to us! Turns out they were a group of engineering students from UW Madison on a study abroad and one of the guy’s moms teaches at Winona State! Such a small world! They were on the same bus as us, so it was us, the UW Madison guys, and three old ladies on an hour long bus ride to the Great Wall of China! Most of us slept because it was early and we knew we had an exhausting ...
... not feel like going.
After class, I went to 7-eleven to buy a rice ball. I was not that hungry. Then I returned to my room to work on my paper, which I did not get that much done. I just wasted time listening to music instead.
Later, I came knocking on Sara's door. Mohini was there too. We talked and then Mohini and I went to eat dinner at S*** over Rice. It was my first time eating a meal with Mohini in a while. We were so busy for ...
... saw the dumpling makers hard at work and sampled at least 10 kinds of them with so many good fillings. At the end they served us two sweets dessert dumplings.
We saw in the magnificent menu with pictures of the food offered and found the picture of Barbara Bush eating at the restaurant. Needless to say that we haven't eaten dinner tonight because we can still taste the good flavor in our mouths.
After lunch we went to the street with all ...
... we wandered down the nearest Hutong (alley), and followed our nose. A few kilometers later, we found an awesome little place with plastic chairs and tables outside, and the smells of grilled lamb coming from the charcoal bbq in the outdoor kitchen. We plunked ourselves down, and ordered from the waitress (whose English was remarkably good!) We got a bunch of grilled lamb skewers, a collection of chicken innards (heart and gizzard) on a stick, ...
... live in Beijing so they gave e a bunch of advice about traveling here.
Friday was good. It was sad because it was Hannah's last day! (I don't know what I'm going to do without her!) We had chapel in the afternoon which I was in. Patty is in charge of a chapel class which plans the chapels. They had written me in as a "mom" for the skit. It really all went well though and was quite enjoyable. I actually felt a bit sorry for the kids because the other ...