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... introduced to our new fellow travelers and visited a local restaurant for our prearranged meal of- you guessed it, Peking duck. It was exquisite.
We downed a beer whilst schmoozing the more bibulous of these, then rejoined Bronwyn, Matt and Jia for the long-mooted night of KTV (the ubiquitous Chinese karaoke company, where you pay for a private booth). This was possibly the single greatest achievement in our bargaining lives; through a mixture of our playing ...
... a quick retreat out of the gym and back onto our bikes to continue through the winding back streets of Beijing. What struck us most on our journey through the tiny alleyways was the contrast of wealth and poor. Some of the conditions of the houses we saw were really awful, with so many people crammed into such small areas- I can only imagine their day to day struggles. We carried on our journey before stopping at a local market. Madness is the only way to describe what ...
Day is a term used to mark the movement of the earth once around it's axis. Day, however, becomes a remarkably flexible unit when we move about on the face of this sphere. We have chased the sun around and made for ourself a very long "day"! We have all now been awake for over 24 hours. (some with a little sleep from the flight and some of us with none) We are all very ...
... frostbitten! I might be slightly exaggerating but you get the point! It was COLD! According to Carrie, we picked a crummy day to go as the visibility was actually pretty bad. However, since Bret and I had never seen it on a good day, we thought things looked great! :) We walked and walked and walked all over that wall!
I tried to take pictures that would accurately ...
... the time we're preparing for our next classes, but here and there we'll glance up and talk for a bit (in Chinese -- language pledge), and stragglers will come in with their lunches to a chorus of "ni hao."
1:00pm: Comprehensive Chinese time. In this two hour class of just myself and four other students, we go over last night's new vocabulary, have a daily "tingxie", or dictation (the words "ting" and "xie" literally mean "hear" and "write" respectively), ...