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... in the tea house, it was time for Lei to
leave us to our own devices, so we wandered through some of the nearby Hutongs
(narrow alleyways), and as we'd missed lunch due to our unplanned whirlwind
tour, we found a nice looking restaurant with a shady courtyard to have
lunch/dinner at. Decided on a 4 course set (western) menu, since we were
basically having both lunch and dinner….. and a cold beer and an iced lemon tea
to cool us down. ...
Today we went to the Beijing zoo. To be honest it was a little disappointing. It was great to see the pandas at play but conditions and living quarters of the animals are the greatest. There is a lot of construction happening for new enclosures so hopefully it will be better once they have been done. The day finished with the dolphin show and aquarium visit... ...
... party, which was after school from 6pm until 7.30pm, so a long day for us having been at school since just before 8am. We all had different themes in our classrooms, getting scarier the higher up the building you went, being on the 4th / top floor, we had to be scary! We all dressed up as witches, and I had a ‘couldron’ made very effective by using dry ice, pretending I was cooking frogs, spiders and naughty girls and naughty boys!!! I had to ...
... my movie references to myself hahaha but interesting how I was able to connect with Chinese culture only through cinema.
In the Hutong area we stumbled upon a Kungfu/acrobat show that we opted for, as this was something I was dying to see but honestly too lazy and time crunched to want to search around for others. So we caught a late afternoon show and it was umm….well the kungfu and acrobat parts were cool but once we entered the mega theatre with the creepy guys ...
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