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... and they gave us a small gift of tea when we left. We didn't even spend that much money! Stephanie and I went for lunch at Harbins. It was super delicious. This is the same restaurant we ate at for my first lunch in Chongqing. After lunch we came home, rested, and packed for our trip to Beijing. My next post will be from ...
... couch. A neighbor stopped by. She had been drinking most of the day so she was pretty funny. She called me a beautiful specimen, which I decided was weird, but still a compliment.
For dinner we had pork with a glaze of dijon mustard and brown sugar, sautéed veggies, rice, and for desert sauteed peaches and apples over the cake and topped with homemade whipped cream and a dash of cinnamon. It was a great food ...
... America, but I think this is an important step for my future career, and an experience that I can only do at this moment in life. I feel I must embrace this time in my life and milk it for all it's worth before I settle down.
That being said, let's get back to the absurdity that was Zhang Xu's birthday party. As you can see by the date, this occurred the same day that Alexi and I returned from Chengdu, so we were tired and wanted to finally reach our apartments ...
... m just too damn ticklish for leg massages. I just get through it until the best part comes--the back. However, this time was different. I laid back and told the lady she can push hard, since she was hardly pushing at all under the impression that I was trying to sleep. Screw that--I pay, you destroy my back. So, face down, awaiting the power of her elbows in my back, I was instead greeted with her hopping up on top of me, straddling me. Never before seen act in my massage world. I had ...
... my parents out along with their 50 suitcases and presents galore, and got them a taxi. After a botched attempt at stuffing the suitcases in the trunk, they were forced to put them on their laps and stuffed inside. With a few last hugs and words, Rachel and I saw them off for the last time until 7 months passes.
I'm going to take a break now, but I'll continue posting pictures and then get on part 2, which will consist of skiing and then my adventure in Hechuan with Keel.