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After a busy few days, I was feeling rather happy that I'd finally seen quite a bit of Beijing. The thing is, because it's so big, it's not somewhere you can just wander around and find interesting things (believe me, I've tried) - you have to seek them out and do your research. Going to interesting places normally involves going on at least a bus and a subway journey... so it's not something you can do quickly. I had a lot of work to do after the trips so that ...
A large statue of Confucius stands before the temple with red prayer tickets covering the barrier, all signed with students wanting to do well in the coming exams. Not much has changed!
After awhile the decoration gets overly familiar and we needed a sit.
We adjourned across the road to the Confucius Tea House for a tea ceremony and an afternoon of sipping and juggling teas. We chose three teas. Moonlight White Tea, picked at midnight, dried naturally with ...
... I passed!!!! So proud of myself! Confession: I put in bare minimum effort this semester.
Then, I walked into the lounge. People in the intensive Chinese language course were studying. Today was Eric's last day in Beijing. So sad that he was leaving.
When I walked into the living room in the lounge, Volleyball was sleeping on the couch.
For what I am doing for the rest of the day, I have no idea. Just so happy to be done with finals!!!!!
... also because it's actually a bike. A lovely lunch in the Hutongs which is an area inhabited in ancient times by officials in the courts.Our lunch was in a courtyard and prepared by a local family and was traditional home fare. All very nice. The home consisted of 4 very small rooms and a courtyard. we were told that this home was large. Cost of real estate in the Hutongs? 200,000 yuan per square meter.Tha'ts around $40,000aud.
... of Shanghai so we walked to the Bund and got a photoshoot. Thanks to Chanel's fancy camera you could hardly notice the layer of smog covering the skyline. Finally...after 8 months;I died my hair and instantly felt like myself again. It is so hard to trust someone to do you hair who communicates with you through an iPad. So I did it the good old box dye way and I know I made the right decision. We went to a Halal place which everyday ...