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... those who speaker English as
their primary language don’t generally know these things because we never
needed to be taught it because we did it naturally. So I’m feeling a bit slow
at the moment but it’s still interesting.
Wang Fu Jing (The Night Markets) is a popular tourist spot in China where they sell strange
“Chinese” food and other tourist trinkets… We caught the train from the school,
which took about ...
... it only cost 14 Yuan! In the morning I looked at my messages as I told him to send me a message when he was back, then just passed out anyway, and at some point he sent a message asking what the address of his hostel is, and where is everyone xx. Bless his drunk little cottons. On Sunday we woke up a little bit late, and got some brunch in a place round the corner from the hostel that looked nice but it didn't happen for us. We had a chicken and bamboo dish that looked nice ...
... Geoff was very tired his patience was near its end. We waited and we waited nearly an hour later a driver came out and walked straight to me …Yes … Oops Geoff had just walked off, Fortunately I was able to get his attention. We walked into our hotel room and fell asleep for 2 1/2 hours before we had to go again.
6am the shuttle bus heads towards the airport again, We check our flight ticket again and it says terminal ...
... if they thought I was some celebrity!! "Get out now!!" ... I'm pretty sure that's what he was yelling and, even though he was smaller than I, with the stripes on his shoulders and size of his gun, his command was one I would take seriously! So let's go back... it's clear that I somehow ventured into an area that was off limits. It must have been that half opened gate a while back but I swear I followed other tourists in there... well, they looked like tourists! ...
... I had not had a home cooked dinner like that in over 3 months, and it was absolutely delicious! It was really nice to have food knowing exactly what was in it!
We also finally took our panda onesie pictures, which was met with less confusion by passers-by than I expected. I guess in China, everything is acceptable, even two girls running around in identical panda suits!
Thursday was the big good bye day, and I tearfully accompanied Mel ...