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... done as well but decided not to in the end. We knew this lady was fast, but this was amazing! After 50 minutes and some pain for Clíona later the tattoo was done. Gorgeous! She asked if Clíona knew how to take care of it? Haha yep! Explained that she was a tattoo artist too and the ladies face lid up straight away, really?! Talked about styles and asked if she could follow Clíona on Instagram? Of course! Everyone in the shop loved Cliona's style and asked if she ...
... lobby a bit trying to work out dinner plans and shopping plans. Some of the others wanted to go on the subway somewhere to get Peking Duck, and I said I wasn't prepared to go anywhere too far or too late tonight, as we have to be up really early tomorrow to go to the Great Wall. Some others said they'd do some shopping first - we need to bring snacks with us as there is nowhere to buy lunch. I came downstairs to do shopping and find somewhere to eat. We all split ...
... I am so relieved to be done with my finals! I made sure to complete my papers ahead of time because I wanted to enjoy my last week in Beijing.
So sad to leave Beijing. So little time left here. However, I am keeping a positive attitude because I want to leave with happy memories.
This year has been the best year of my life. I have became friends with so many awesome, cool, sweet, interesting, worldly, adventurous, and crazy people. Forever grateful for ...
... we had come upon our first Hutong. We observed thin/narrow alley ways with lattice covered patios that produce melons squash and grapes . We walked through a maze of alleys encountering residents busy with their everyday routines. At first we felt a little out of place or strange but none of the locals said anything so we continued to venture further into ...
... Our guide on the bus was very good, great English and she told us lots of things about the Chinese way of life, family, etc. and she made everything very interesting.
We arrived at the Forbidden City which was an amazing place but very crowded - full of Chinese and tourists - there were 16 buses from Aurora!! The City was built in 1406 and covers 250 acres. Lots of palaces, statues and gardens - nothing like we know - huge rock formations - wierd looking ...