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... of our group - we were chatting with one of them, after I told her Boo Yao. She wanted to know how Tess could communicate with me - she thought Tess only knew Chinese. She was kind but I had our guide correct her when she said to Tess, "You are lucky" - I told him he must tell her know - I am blessed, I am lucky to have her. I understand why they might say it but for this family, I know I am truly blessed and ...
... homework in the lounge on my floor, where Jesse and Brady were doing some work too.
Then, I returned to my room. As I walked to the kitchen on my floor to refill my hot water, I ran into Mohini. We then went to my room to drink some green tea. Mohini, Anthony, and I talked for a bit.
After tea, Mohini went off to do some homework. I did more homework. Later, I went to refill my hot water again. Mohini and Olivia saw me and asked me if ...
This weekend pretty much revolved around shopping for us! (Yes, even the boys enjoyed it. I swear!) Both Saturday and Sunday we went to markets that sell REALLY cheap, real and knock offs of expensive brand things. We bought everything from designer purses and wallets, to shoes, to sunglasses, etc! I was pretty excited to get things like Toms shoes, Ray Bans and North Face jackets. At one of ...
... s to keep toilet paper out of the drainage pips, but what happens when #2's sneak up on you. How do you get it out? There's no handle, no rod, or lever, not alternate toilet or anything! Panic!
We're tired, and now worried that we might have to poo at this restaurant with the weird porcelain toilet protector, so we head back to the hotel to continue our wine and dine Beijing experience. We turn in early because tomorrow we are heading back to ...
... Pao Chicken) made in the Beijing style. Very good. Had an interesting conversation with Ivy, one of our INTO handlers about Chinese cooking. There is one dish in particular that kind of amazed me. It was broccoli. And like, nothing else. At first, I tried it only as part of a commitment to at least everything China throws at me. It looked like frozen broccoli that had been microwaved into a mushy disappointment. Judging by how it looked, I was expecting the last word in bland. ...