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... taking rickshaw rides through the alleyways of the hutongs ~ to see the way the "old" Chinese have lived for hundreds of years. We will do a home visit with locals tomorrow. In the afternoon we will check-out of our hotel and be transferred to the airport where we will fly from Beijing, China to Yichang, China (pronounced E-Chang). We will embark on our river cruise tomorrow night. Internet on the cruise is sketchy and possibly not ...
... China and how it affects the rental car business. There are so many residents that there is a lottery to receive a license plate. People can wait years before ever winning the lottery. Afterwards, we went to lunch together. We tried a variety of dishes. There are so many different variations of Chinese food that come from the different provences of China. All of the dishes are so different and so delicious.
After lunch, ...
... I was so worried about being stuck there and feeling so bland again. However, I know that I have so many amazing friends there. My friends and professors there do take the time to read my blog to check up on how I am doing.
Another thing I have learned is that saying goodbye does not mean that I won't see people ever again. I have made so many friends in my study abroad. So grateful that I have maintained contact with people ...
Today, I woke up at six a.m. and stretched and meditated.
Got ready afterward and went to a traditional Chinese breakfast with other people in my group. We had fried bread, dumplings, and hot soy milk. It was my first time to have fresh soy milk because usually it is served cold in a can in Colorado.
After breakfast, we started out the day with information on how to live in China.
1. Do not drink tap water. Drink water if it is ...
... seemed to get more and more irritated (not being able to read all the characters probably didn't help -- but, hey, we're learning) until she finally turned stiffly and walked away with a scowl on her face as the last person finished ordering.
I turned to my friend sitting next to me. "What was that all about?" I asked. "Didn't she seem ******?"
"Yeah," he replied, holding up both hands in resignation. "I have no idea. It can't be ...