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... photo with a Chinese family (that happens all the time here, they love foreigners, it's like being a celebrity), we headed back. Long day... awesome day.
I'm finding the fact that I have to study and do assignments, while being in an exciting new city and country, really difficult. There's a clash between the part of me that wants to spend every day exploring and wandering, and the part of me that wants to study hard and do well. It's tough trying to manage both!
... China was an industrial area but after a token free breakfast of a hard boiled egg and bread and jam the scenery changed to the Oriental mountainous peaked terrain. Was beautiful. Mist hugged and capped the jagged red cliffs giving the whole landscape a mystical feel. Caves and crevices indented the rock face. I thought hermit retreats, Laura thought Palaeolithic cavemen. The weather was grey and foggy which meant the opportunity to ...
... meet Natasha to take a cab to Sanlitun. We decided to eat burgers at Let's Burger. So grateful to her for introducing it to me.
The French fries were so good! My Greek burger tasted yummy! So relieved to not eat Chinese food for once. My brain went off thinking about my mom's Vietnamese cooking. No matter where I am, my mom's cooking is always the first thing I miss about home.
I was so happy that Natasha took ...
... to happen, I had to go (by that I mean find) the little store that is nearby and buy a cup, carefully rinse it off with scalding water (I forgot to buy dishsoap), then use one of the teabags I took from my hotel in Hong Kong. Best cup of tea EVER! The cup is nice and BIG, stainless steel, with a lid for steeping. It's probably for soup or something, but it's the perfect teacup for me.
At the store I also bought a towel (didn't know ...
... intact. A bit of a tourist part now but still quite authentic. We stopped at a famous steamy bun restaurant and tried a few different buns stuffed with delicious fillings. It was a great lunch supper and we both agreed that steamy buns should be available in SA. So after our busy day we had a snooze before heading off to the theatre to see the production Chun Li: the story of Kung Fu. It was showing at the Red Theatre and was brilliant. It's the story of ...