Hua Hai Hotel
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... head open and the surrounded passenger were not squirted with blood! Thank God for migraine pills!!
As per usual people wanted to practice their English with us which is always fun. We made some new friends and added some new pen pals, i shall endeavour write in Chinese character (with warning in English against offending) and they can practice their English with me.
Ok so I will say now my behaviour in Taiyuan was out of character and ...
... November 2nd) (Saturday)
I was beyond happy that we were finally get to return to Beijing. However, we did get to check out the peak we were supposed to see the day before. I chose to take the bus there because I was not in the mood to walk.
The peak itself was stunning and the sun was out.
We then got on the bus to Beijing.
At a gas station, our bus cut in front of a huge truck. So crazy how ...
... with the kids in their classrooms. In my classroom, we sang songs and danced with the kids. They were adorable.
Then, we went to the up stair of the school There was an exhibit to celebrate the village's success for finally building a road to connect to the outside world. We met the man behind planning for it. He was responsible for providing the engineering aspect needed for the project.
... before getting worried we wouldn’t have enough time to grab dinner, get back to the hotel to grab our luggage (which had been stored in the dining room), and walk to the train station.
Najung and I made it over an hour early, so everything was fine. I know we were ridiculously early and I was probably paranoid about getting there on time, but I’d rather be early than running around at the ...
... 40, which I believe is like... a 7.5 or 8 in US sizes. I'm a solid 9 and was the only one who had to buy men's rain boots. All my friends got cute purple sparkles or multicolor flowers or polka dots. Mine? Black. Lovely.
It's actually fine; I'm more amused than anything else. Now, Najung and I are listening to American pop and sipping tea and fermented milk. Off to more adventure tomorrow!