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So - we headed out at 6:00 for Peking Duck - Private Kitchen, nestled between a Starbucks and a a 7-11! We had preordered roast duck for eleven - our group plus Michael. To start - we ordered wine and beer . . When the beer arrived, we thought they were supplying propane for cooking our duck . . But no - it was icy, cold beer - enough for seconds, thirds, and fourths for the beer-drinking crowd! We ordered some sides, practiced up with ...
... enough, but if I can help one person heading to Asia, I will die a happier person. Trust me, knowing that you need to bring toilet paper with you EVERYWHERE you go is more important than you'd ever think. And how many tour groups ever mention that? I know of none.
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... learning a new sentence structure, she asked us if we thought Yunnan was pretty. We all gave the painful expression. I flipped my scarf in front of my eyes and screamed, "Never again!" My professor was laughing at me.
Later, my professor handed us back our notebooks. I responded in English that the notebook was not mine. My professor scolded me for speaking in English.
When class was over, I ran out of ...
... three made it. Got back to hotel at 5:30 for a hour hour break before dinner - Peking duck at a very famous Beijing restaurant tonight. There is much apprehension in the room at the moment, so we shall see.
Cindy says she's overstimulated and has tourism ADD. The tour schedule is jam packed with more sights the coming days so there will be no stone unturned before ...
... cost just under £700? It's 9 days long and has some awesome itinerary but you can read that as we go along :) We had a walk around the hotel, went to a KFC (embracing the Chinese cuisine obvs) which was weird as we ordered popcorn chicken and luckily Ben took the first bite as whatever was I'm it was not chicken! Looked and tasted like shrimp apparently... So I didn't eat that haha! We then had some proper Chinese green tea (about £4?) in ...