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... so many people I started to freak out a little bit. I didn’t tell anyone, but it was really bugging me. Usually crowds don’t bother me, but this day I just really couldn’t take crowds at all.
We went over to a spot a little way from the entrance to Mao’s tomb (Mao was a Communist Chairman of China until he died in the 70s & is super famous in China - people worship him as a god) and Mah sat with all our bags while we made our way through the ...
... am, I suppose a cultural Jew, not by any means a religious one. After all, I do enjoy regular culinary rituals of bacon and eggs. It is the Jewish holidays that I loved and reminded me of Jewish heritage, the son of a Holocaust survivor whose maternal grandparents perished while my father and his family fled war-torn Austria for fear of persecution because of their religion.
When I married and lived in Los Angeles, my Jewishness remained a part ...
... I fear I may cause irreparable damage . Anyway, back to poo pong mcplop in our dorm. I'm not sure what country he is from, he sounds eastern European and he smells like he bathes with corpses. After a couple of particularly potent wafts in my general direction I submitted a request to reception to be moved to a different dorm and luckily they obliged. They moved us to a 6 bed dorm that actually had ...
... our hostel with my baby daughter while Darren went to his noodle-making course. I had a small suitcase we had filled with our souvenir shopping and some groceries. I had to catch 2 trains; a seated passenger offered me their seat both times. This has happened on just about every subway train we've boarded. Even if we're only taking the train for 2 stops, the passenger insists we take their seat. It's polite and I like it. But last night, between getting to ...
... which is an excellent show that is not to be missed before having dinner at the China Club. The China Club put on an excellent meal in a lovely setting however it being Sunday there was nobody in the restaurant but us which did detract from the atmosphere of the evening. The only other diners were a family in a private room.
We leave China tomorrow, Helen Wong and her people looked after us very well and but for a few minor hiccups our tour was most enjoyable.
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