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... Street for a haircut and foot massage. Walked 8 K Then dinner: Stir fried eggplant with garlic sauce in clay pot Braised pork and vermicelli Jasmine Tea, Tsingtao 600 ml Eggplant wonderfully unctuous. Thursday 18 09 The Great Wall at Mutianyu Wonderful day walking a stretch of the wall. Need to get more economical on this blog... So for the description of the Wall, check the photos! About 1H 40 minutes drive north of Beijing, this section of the wall is in very good condition having ...
... high-tech and frequent, by this stage we are no longer surprised. We make it to Nanhuoguxiang station without a hitch but go up at the wrong exit. Crossing the road proves to be a bigger challenge than figuring out how the underground works.
We have come to an area of 'hutongs', a traditional city quarter with low houses and narrow alleyways laid out in a large square block, all surrounded by main roads. The houses ...
... an Americano coffee in the cafe on the first floor. The workers actually spoke English. This semester, my dorm has a cafe! So convenient! Another reason why I am happy that I returned to Beijing this semester.
I came knocking on Emi's room. We talked for a bit. Then, she invited me to eat lunch with her and Mark. I said yes.
A few minutes later, I went to my room to do my Chinese homework. Later, Emi knocked on my door that she was off ...
... interesting' to say the least..... Then the 'Are boys more important than girls?' debate that really set them off. Ironically it was actually 2 boys that ended up fighting - one arguing the boys case, the other standing up for the girls. Basically Palatino whipped out his Hierarchy of Needs spiel again, trying to argue it was relevant to the question and the opposition beat him down attempting to show it was irrelevant. Amazing to see the transformation on their ...
... where we found a lovely little Italian restaurant in the backstreets of where we live, just behind our favourite Irish bar. Had heard about it before, and decided to hunt for it. It’s one of those hidden gems that you hope to know about when you live overseas. It’s a very cosy place, fantastic fresh Italian food, they were making the pasta in front of us. The best lasagna ever (in Beijing, of course it doesn’t beat my own!!!), very reasonable too, and ...