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... was awesome.
Make sure you bring Imodium
Final thoughts on the trip-
I was very hesitant going to a communist country, had a perception that I would be stopped on every corner, and ask for papers. I had it in my mind someone following you around watching your ever step you made. This was not so. Both countries were very open. The only place I felt uncomfortable was in Beijing.
I had ...
... lounge for $8 per person. Lunch was at the street-side pizza hut where they only have a piece of paper where you can check which of 5 pizzas you want. There was no vegetarian option, so we had to negotiate something manual, which actually ended up working.
An automated machine scanned our boarding pass and let us on to the train to the departure end of the terminal. Security at this airport was insane. Even fully prepared, they wanted to run everything of ...
... from the one we visited two days ago. This time, we headed to Juyongguan section, about an hour’s drive north of Beijing.
This one is much steeper than the Huangyaguan section we toured earlier. Some of the steps were 12-inches high, so it took a bit of effort to climb. We tired out quickly, and just enjoyed the spectacular view and the people-watching.
For example, there was a little Chinese ...
... work and even donning a wooly hat haha!!! Then pack up began, washing and packing away lots of boats ready for the winter, not hard work, just long and boring hehe.... A lot of sneaking away to play basketball with the boys haha.... Kyle's birthday was pretty good, much more chilled and everyone had colds haha, went and played pool with the Chinese boys and then had pizza :) .... And since then we've been playing a little ping pong after Nathan bought some ...
... a movie to watch. The movie was completely irrelevant to what we are studying, but it was a nice break.
Friday afternoon was also the BLCU Cultural Fair. On the basketball courts, they had set up tents for each country to show off their country. their history and their culture. It was really amazing to see the beautiful diversity of students that BLCU has. From Saudi Arabia to Costa Rica, to the USA, to *****ia. I'm sure ...