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"Quick Quotes 3" - Brief updates from the girls
Beck - Today was an amazing day. My buddy picked me up from school and an hour and a half later we arrived at this massive park. The park was amazing, it was the largest in Shanghai and was also holding the international orchard show. We caught a go kart to a waterfall in the park which was fantastic, and then walked into a cave which was dark but cool. My buddy and I then ran to the top of a hill and ran ...
... was there! It was! I took off for a walk and went ACROSS the street and managed to handle the stares etc. The sunglasses help some as well! I went into 2 malls and one had a floor of lap tops and another of rice cookers. They range from 19.99 to $1000. I am in awe. I figured that everyone would need one, but 1000? what kind of rice does it make? They had another floor of air and water purifiers and I was ...
... was someone selling umbrellas and soon enough we were walking down the street dodging them like crazy. We have never seen so many people using umbrellas at the same time. It was funny until we'd been whacked in the head a few hundred times and then it was just plain annoying. Ross seemed to be the wrong height completely and often had to duck to miss an oncoming umbrella assault! Sonya was okay as she was underneath most of the umbrellas until the ...
... which must have been off because the cokes were warm. Scott thinks that Chinese think that cold beverages are bad for you? I don't know where he gets these random tidbits, hopefully not from his unreliable friends that don't know anything about anything. Fairly quickly, our food began arriving. Scott and I both got some beef tasting broth, and it was pretty good. It had ginger or some spice in it, so I enjoyed it. Then our real meals arrived. I got some potato, ...
... so poorly marked, and Jamie had walked back and forth and all over on his injured leg, until we gave up and just went to a McDonalds, then called it quits for the night. As we sat there eating our french fries and drinking our Coca-Colas, we laughed that it had to be the oldest McDonalds in the world; the most historical McDonalds on the planet located in Xi'an, Shaanxi, China. Dumb joke, but it was the humor theme of the trip.
Also, as an avid hater of McDonalds, I have ...
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