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... area. We ate at a Korean place in a close by mall while waiting for Sophia to finish work and meet up with us in the area. We ended up just going to a bar for a short while and caught up as much as we could. I wish there was more time. Dan and I tried to walk back from this area to our hostel, but wussied out at the half way mark and took a taxi the rest of the way.
-- Ryan L. ...
... feast with great people.
Studying abroad has been the best choice of my life. I have experienced things I never thought I would before. I have met amazing, interesting, and cool people. Went on great adventures, such as the Silk Road. Became friends with kind, sweet, awesome, real, fun, and exiciting people. There have been bumps along my time in Beijing, but the experience has been great.
So happy that I am returning next semester!
... poor people. People here would rather be seen in 300¥ shoes to show they have money. Bloody Western 'values' ruining another culture!! She and one of the the other women both liked my taste in Asian men and even though they thought it bizarre they played Jay Chou for me. So cool to be listening to Chinese music sent to me by my Chinese friends, in China!!
Been a good day for tickets as the other two we ordered had arrived too!! Now just to decide what to do in ...
Yet another epic day for the DC's on the tourist trail, day 7 was all about a central Beijing history lesson for us all. We stopped by Wu Mart (Beijing's version of Pak N Save) and loaded up on water and snacks and jumped back on the Metro. Although we dont get to see heaps of the city as you would on a bus or car, the Metro is so dirt cheap and efficient to use. 2 Yuan (38c NZ) any one trip on the entire system. Auckland could take a ...
... over, My friends and I went out for a bite to eat. We had a really nice waiter. He didn't have an English name, so we gave him one. His name is Ricky. After dinner, I headed home for some rest. On Saturday, all of the sya-ers met at school at 7:30. We boarded the bus and drove for about two hours. Once we arrived at the wall, we separated into three groups-the fast walking group, those who wanted to walk at a decent pace, and those who wanted to walk slow.Of course I ...