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... contemporary, and amazing...... Even the wine was superb. Kris was very generous and paid for the whole dinner! Have a look at the photos. A wonderful night and lifted the spirits of our lack of VIP so far! (Well for Elaine anyway). Friday Show day! After a pretty cruisey morning. EP was ready to eat a good lunch before the show, and as we were in a pretty residential area, ( away from anything) we asked Abraham to organize us a lunch at the same restaurant as we didn't know ...
... br> Once we got back to school, we had the rest of the day to ourselves. I had planned to go to the Silk Market today, but since today was a Sunday, I figured it would be particularly crowded there and decided to go on Monday instead. That meant that today, I would spend another afternoon doing mostly nothing. I did, however, get my first chance to eat fast food here in China. It was lunchtime when we got back to school, so me, Chris, a student and ...
... luggage was not the last to come out at baggage claim. It seemed to me a good sign of things to come. In a lucky happenstance, Sam, a fellow Quidditch player, was also taking the same flight as me from Toronto to Beijing (and in even stranger happenstance, we will be travelling back to Boston together!). We met 都老师 (Du Laoshi/Teacher Du/Fearless Leader) out side of customs and ...
... say is small, smelly, drab and a rock solid bed, but I was bloody pleased to be there.
On Sunday the exploring could really begin. We set our alarm for 10am, but didn't get up till 11.30! Don't judge, we hadn't slept for 2 days previously. To ease ourselves in we walked to Tiananmen Square a relatively short distance away. It was huge, with a sea of Chinese people walking around. Beyond that was the Forbidden city. It was very pretty as the snow still lingered ...
... and boulevards are built on a grand scale to accomodate its 20 million people. Yes there are lots of people but I never really felt the crowds. It could be the time of year we came to visit the city however whenever we were in crowded areas, it seemed that the people have an appreciation of respecting and providing a bit of space for each other in that I never felt bumped or pushed wherever I went. There were still ...
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