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... mind stepped into the shop that had little signage outside and looked like it could have been someone's living room. Alice herself was a little quirky to say the least but very knowledgeable on tea. She already had three French tourists and a Mongolian sat around her tea ceremony table with all its apparatus and accoutrements laid out.
During the next couple of hours Alice introduced us to more teas than we could remember; white, black, green, puer. ...
I completely forgot that it was Thanksgiving back in the US. My mind has been busy with school, Beijing, and finishing papers. Back in America, Thanksgiving is in my face by people talking about going home to spend time with their families and what their mothers were making.
Today in class, Olivia and Bethany spoke about decorating the Christmas tree when they went home for Thanksgiving. Olivia expressed that picking out the tree was the most important ...
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... made sure to warn me about. With time to spare and a tummy-rumble that only seemed to grow louder as time went on, I found some breakfast and made my way to the hostel by foot. The fifteen-cent bun I found along a side street on my trek to my temporary home made for a delicious start to a city obsessed with food - of course, I had to eat something other than cookies.
I wasn't expecting to arrive with the sun, but it wouldn't ...
... told me that I got ripped off. I actually thought that I had been quite clever, because he originally offered me the shirt for 60 yuan, but when I started to walk away he lowered it to 40 yuan(about 7 dollars). Apparently that's too much to pay for a tshirt in China.
Tonight we're going out to eat. No one has any specific ideas, so we'll probably just wander around until we find something.