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... was having a good time. Tonight we are on the train overnight to Xian. So now I am just in a cafe in a comfy chair having an iced tea. Maybe I will order some dumplings. Looking out the windows at rickshaws going by, dusty pink cars , grandpas with baby carriages ,blowing cottonwood branches and a guy kissing his girlfriend goodbye on top of her face ...
... guessed it we had Chinese! Rice, sweat and sour pork, some meat dish, veggies and something like Chinese version of chicken nuggets. We had beer and some rice wine. We had enough time to have a look around downstairs where they had some shops. I ended up buying a crystal ball that was hand painted on the inside, the picture was for the year of the dog. The artist also painted my name on the inside as I watched and waited. It cost me 60 yuan. Viv could've got one ...
... We walked a long block and Tori and I said it is just like the time in the pearl market (my travel group will get this). That day they dropped me off with a baby and no one spoke Chinese. Allie's comment was that the guide and Gabby are the only ones who speak Chinese and they are together. Well we turned around and walked back up the road and found our guide. All was well!!!
Now the girls are having a movie night watching The Croods and playing ...
... I couldn’t drink, and ended up having to go home ill… Andy & Al joined us so luckily Andy walked me home (in the snow, had a few centimetres) and I was rather sick, and during the night too. Wiped out on Friday so stayed in bed, and stayed in Friday night too. Andy met a few friends in town for dinner, whilst I watched a DVD.
Saturday was the big Internations Santa’s line 2 pub crawl, 18 stops on the subway system, visiting ...
... Hilton’ and ‘Wanfujing Five Star Hotel’, opulent places which were just abandoned, obviously built and opened for business that was no longer there (maybe the Olympics?). We wandered past a Catholic Church (quite a rarity) and onto the pedestrianized section of the street. Sadly, this could have been any major shopping street in any major city, the names were all there, Cartier, Rolex, Dunhill, McDonalds, Zara and a host of others. ...