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... The Italian couples were speaking Italian, which just made my heart happy and missing Italy, so I instantly loved them. When I told Jackson I came from Korea, his exact words were, “Ah, I see it. You look Korean!” That was the first time I have ever heard that, I wonder if it will be the last?
With the mean age of our group being upwards of 40, it took some time to travel from one site to another, but this allowed for more stories ...
After a stop at the hotel, we walked northwest to the lake. Just before the lake, we went through a lovely canalside park surrounded by very expensive newly-built, traditionally-designed private compounds. The lake itself was a lovely place to be on a hot summer afternoon, willow shaded streets by the edge of the water filled with folks buying snacks and souvenirs and enjoying the ...
... for me. I am so slow. Need to get those skills down if I want to learn Chinese.
Before class ended, Natasha invited me eat at Sculpting at Time with her. I returned to my room to get something. As I was walking up the stairs, I ran into Mike and he said Emi was looking for me. I went to Emi's room and we talked.
Then, I ran to meet up with Natasha.
Emi later joined us at Sculpting at Times. As we were eating, Natasha asked Emi if she wanted a slice of ...
... tour also included a visit to a jade factory, lunch, and a tea tasting house. Today, Tuesday, we spent with Nini walking in the Houhai area. It is full of narrow alleys, called hutongs. Rickshaws were lined up at the entrance, and their drivers were very keen to entice customers to board their vehicles. We were happy to walk, however! The alleys have small houses, small businesses, people sitting about, and tourists. ...
... as well as a huge flower market. The markets were impressive, the produce gorgeous, and the meat…different. The Careys would be proud to know that we went to lunch at FAT BURGER. After lunch, I insisted that we check out City Shop (I think that's the name) where you can find some American brands of food for a steep price. We didn't buy anything, but couldn't help taking a few pictures of prices. A box of Cheezits costs something like $12! Not a ...