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... t stayed in bed. I guess they think she is pretty doomed anyway for only doing it for 12 days.
Coca very thin and her milk didn't come. (See how much we found out?!) So she has been drinking boiled pig's feet broth. According to Jason it is disgusting (who would have guessed?) but effective and Lara is fat and healthy. After making the broth the family cuts the meat off the bone and stir fries it with spices to disguise the taste and that is dinner.
On our ...
... brisk walk away, it's a huge place. We have to get out of the university, cross a bridge, then go up another section to get back to our hotel. It's just across the road, but it's enormous. To get to the other end of campus takes probably 20 minutes of quick walking. I guess La Trobe Bundoora is similar, but it doesn't seem to have as much as here. Many many students live here - they pay about $200 a year for their housing. There are bikes everywhere, and ...
... playing hackey sack, or practicing Tia Chi. Wei struck up a conversation with a group of people playing cards and found out that all of them were over 80 years old. It was great to see so many different people come together in one place to participate in all of these activities, even at an older age. Of course the Temple itself was beautiful and massive. We also went to the Echo Stone where if you stand ...
... squatting together (at least we’re Chinese so we’re quite adept to that position) with our ‘flashlights’ and knocking our water bottles on the ground to scare the rats away whenever they would come back. We did that for the next 4 hours until it was dawn -.- we also couldn’t talk much because others were sleeping in their protected tents (damn those prepared travellers!), so ...
... on the main road which was not far from our hostel but the roads are mad busy you just crossed when you could, the driving was a bit chaotic,got back to our hostel and chilled out for the night with our aching legs.
The next day we got the subway to Tienanmen square and the forbidden city it was very hazy or smoggy which did not help my cough and warm, Brian dumped his jumper in the toilets we spent most of the day there looking at the temples.
That was our last ...