Dongfang Tianbo Hostel
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... then we thought.
At that point we began to strike up a conversation with a very nice family who was also waiting for a table and it really helped to pass the time. After a couple of minutes of chatting we actually introduced ourselves and met Yumi and Michael who were from Denmark and traveling with their adopted daughters who were born in China. We were mostly speaking with Yumi and of course had a great time recounting our travels and swapping stories ...
... was probably one of my favorite things I've tried so far. I definitely want to go back and try some more before we leave Beijing.
Later that night some of the group (Lisa, Trisha, Victoria, Dana, Maddie, Cory, Tony, Nick, and I) listened to music in Trisha and Victoria's room while playing cards and trying some new drinks we bought from the market on our campus. It was a nice and much needed chill kind of night.
... We were given two hours to walk as much as liked. Where we entered, you could go two different directions - a difficult climb, with fewer people on it, or a less difficult climb - which was incredibly crowded, so most of us chose to do the more difficult, less crowded side, but there were still a huge number of people on it (it seemed that on the crowded part, you could hardly move for people). I went along to the really steep part and then decided that ...
... concrete stump outside like a cheap hooker while I waited for them to party themselves out (because apparently you cannot sit on someone’s ****** sidewalk patio benches even though the street is empty and they have no hope of gaining any customers).
Anyway, I’m sure Thomas was a Kai convert that night. If not, the next night sure hooked him, didn’t ...
... have finally figured out they are in a different country. A REALLY different country. Their first jaunt out of bed to the 8th floor was to find me and to ask what to do. Horrified, "the bathroom doesn't have doors, the shower has no curtain", I had to laugh....Welcome to China boys! (I think they thought maybe this was Dallas...?)
Well, I ...