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... at the tail end of the national holiday trains are packed and I am stuck in Beijing for an extra day.
I head to the Lama Temple to check it out as there is supposedly a world famous statue on site. Unfortunately no pictures allowed in the temple, this one houses a Buddha of very similar style to the one we found in UB. The one here is slightly taller at 26.5 meters but it has been carved from a single tree making it the ...
... a stand with jackets they liked. Lindsay exchanged in an lengthy Chinese conversation with the seller. The seller tried to use the whole "you are so pretty" tactic on Lindsay and Olivia.
Lindsay fell into the pressure. Olivia and Lindsay asked me to lend me some money to them. I agreed to since they really needed those jackets and they would pay me back, which they did. That shopping trip took less than thirty minutes.
We returned to campus. In ...
... our break, the French-Lebanese guy John showed up. He begged me to give him a hug. I straight out said no since he was mad at me for not taking intensive next semester.
During my afternoon class, Jules was drawing. I was amazed by her drawing. It stunned me how skillful she is because she can draw and speak Chinese.
Following class, I walked with Chloe to the Stadium Store. There, Julia was there. I got a strawberry yogurt drink. Then ...
... side, leading up the hill. The view from the top tower was stunning. It is probably the only place in Beijing where you can look in any direction and see the entire city before you. Nearby are all of the traditional buildings and homes from the original city, and farther in the distance you can see all of the modern buildings and new development. It was really something special to go up there on ...
After our lovely week off it was back to work with fresh enthusiasm & lots of hard work, eager to get going again & get some appointments, so a busy & productive week.
You've heard us talk about InterNations & all the events we go to, they have 8000 members in Beijing and at the usual parties every other week you get around 250-300 people. There are sub groups, such as bowling which Andy runs with another guy, ...