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... through customs fairly quickly, and set foot for the first time in my life, in another country. Then it was a taxi ride to Beijing through rush hour-- an exhilarating time where car horns are used as another form of communication and traffic lanes are a mere suggestion. Getting onto campus was a fun adventure as my fellow companion from GSU and I were thrust straight into using our limited Mandarin, and I was finally able to realize just how awful ...
... round belly (Vic is tall and fairly big but not necessarily overweight - just a bit round), and this kid started to pat Vic's stomach, calling him Buddha (so guess what his name is now!). David walked us through the various buildings on site giving us some of the history. Then we had some free time to wander. At one point, we were just sitting on the long corridor, having a beer (they are somewhat relaxed about where you drink it), and ...
... of cotton candy. Afterwards we headed to Tianjin Middle
School for lunch where we were presented with prawns, rice and a lot of
watermelon. The prawns were difficult to look at because their little eyes
stared at you as you ate. It seems the Chinese are fond of rice and watermelon
as they have been present for almost every meal we have eaten so far. Luckily
the watermelon is fresh and juicy! The toilets however are rather unpleasant as
they are just a hole in ...
... that had been cut short, and certain words had different translations (all the bad words, for example, were translated into "Wode tian, 我的天," or "My goodness." Overall going to the movie theater was pretty interesting, and I have to say I do prefer the sweet popcorn!
On Sunday afternoon, Dylan, Jake and I went to the Silk Market to pick up a suit Dylan had ordered the previous weekend. Dylan and I had gone to the Silk Market the weekend ...
Today was meant to be an easy day as we had booked a tour guide for our trip to the great wall and the visiting of the Ming tombs, but it had a fair few twists and turns... Im not a massive fan of tour groups as I prefer to go it independently and prefer not to be told how long to stay in certain places and what to do. Our tour guide was called Candy and she made a group of us (16 in total, including 3 freshies) ...