Gehua New Century Hotel
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Chose to spend today doing our own thing. It is a holiday in China at the moment and people are everywhere at the tourist spots.
We caught a taxi with Carol and Tania to the Hutong which is an older part of town with a canal running through it. As usual we wandered around the back streets to check out the local life. It reminded me of Li Jiang on our last trip.
We challenged ourselves and ordered dumplings from a local shop. Sat at a ...
... of my room to her new place. Olivia brought me some gifts from California, such as chai tea and a scarf! So sweet of her to do. The chai tea reminded me of Mohini so much and wished she came back to China.
Then, we decided to get lunch at **** over Rice. Sadly, today, the sweet granny was not there. She always makes that place more cheerful.
I had to run off to go to my Chinese language placement exam. While waiting, I met Volleyball and Ian in the sitting area. ...
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... so far which we could not eat - spicy chicken noodles , which consisted of noodles, small pieces of chicken clinging to gristle and bone all in a fiery broth. One mouthful and your lips felt as if they were going to melt. The main reason we’d chosen that restaurant was because it offered WiFi - however we couldn’t connect up as the waitress didn’t know the correct password.
After sitting and reading and knitting for a while we decided ...
... right. "But I'm new," now in perfect American English. Clearly this girl was from the States.
I gushed an apology before we chatted for a bit, and it turns out we were headed toward the same place. I found out that she was from Maryland (small world) and was a graduate student studying archaeology at Peking in a year-long program. We exchanged impressions of Beijing (like me, it was her first time here too -- she was Taiwanese), and it ...