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This morning, I went to 7-eleven to buy some drinks and snacks. When I was checking out, the cashier asked me something in Chinese and I did not understand. She automatically charged me thirty cent for a plastic bag (they aren't free here). I did not say anything because I did not know what to say and I just wanted to pay and go.
For breakfast, I ate a rice ball. Then I went to meet everyone to go see the Summer Palace. The Chinese roommates Jill ...
... with only a two other groups that scattered themselves over various flat spots along the monument. No crowds to deal with, no obnoxious souvenir vendors, just the Great Wall the way it was meant to be. Sunrise number two.
We made our way back to town and it was time to celebrate the occasion with Peking Duck. Only half full, we snacked our ways through the evening and eventually said our goodbyes later on that night. What an ...
... the previous day seemed more polite
and reserved. The most we could do was shrug and guess that the
neighborhood gossips had already informed everyone about the black
woman and the white boy on the bench.
Barely an hour later, I was on the bench and watching a crew collect money from the bank next door. A small crew in blue-tinged camouflage marched out of the van, one holding a thin riot stick, the other holding the first firearm I'd seen in China. ...
... the green transportation options, the high amount of smog is a scar on Beijing and you can taste the coal that serves as a lifeline for the citizens of the city. The contrast between green initiatives and the realities of a nation amidst the stages of industrialization are interesting to see up close. It will be nice to venture outside of the city
to explore the Great Wall today.... until next time....
... There were a lot of options, and we went for the roasted chestnuts first. Sounds great, right? Like Christmas? But they just turned to a starchy paste in your mouth and no one cared for them. Then we had to try what we thought were cherries on a stick covered with glaze. Turns out they were Chinese dates. It seemed like everyone was eating them, so they had to be good, right? Wrong…they were mealy and full of a lot of big seeds. This combined with the sticky sweet ...
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