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Things are going well. We had a long day today as we went to Tiananmen Square, Forbidden Palace, and the Temple of Heaven in one day.
The places we are visiting are pretty ...
... so when he said this, I felt a big tug in my heart saying, "Yes! I'll definitely try it!" Today, my friend called me and told me that the doctor would come to my home and look at me later that afternoon. I was anxiously excited to finally experience this and seeing a different side of medicine that I haven't seen before. The only thing I had to do was wait. After five hours of waiting, there was a knock at the door and it was my friend and Dr. Fu. She was a ...
... as I needed some shorts and she needed some other bits and bobs. We wondered around for a while and I made sure I didn’t pay too much for anything this time getting a pair of red shorts for 60 yuan, which seemed his absolute lowest, having gone back several times. We got food on the top floor which was alright then headed back.
We chilled for an hour or 2 then decided to check out the Olympic Stadium, The Birds Nest, which was supposed to be pretty cool at night ...
... nooks and crannies to a little alcove with a table and three bench type seats.
Then the fun started - the menu was pictorial and Chinese with no English - we managed to convey that we didn't want anything too hot or spicy - and then we chose a selection of dishes - beef, pork and chicken as well as fried rice and some vegetables. We really had no idea what was going to turn up but we could see the prices were cheap and our thinking was that ...
... means back streets or water well in Mongolian. Within the 2nd Ring Road (central city) there are 3000 streets. A street 18-27 steps wide is a big street, 9-18 steps is a small street and less than 9 steps is a Hutong or alley. Bicycles, rickshaws and a single car can navigate these lanes.
Two hundred to three hundred years ago wealthy people built these small houses with many rooms surrounding a courtyard. Beijing was occupied by the Japanese from ...