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... city, we also wanted to revisit the Great Wall of China and walk the same stretch as last time. There are several sections of wall which you can walk and the one we chose is the least known section due to it not being situated within the Beijing district and not getting the same amount of publicity as those sections closer to the capital. To get there, we had to take a 3 hour bus journey and the driving was as crazy as last time (over taking on blind corners ...
... Tomorrow I'm going to the Temple of Heaven in the morning, followed by the National Museum once it gets too hot. Supposed to get to 99 degrees tomorrow. Yikes. Getting the Hua Shan photos uploaded was a completely nightmare. Having major internet problems. So I'll give Pingyao and Beijing photos a try tomorrow in the hopes that things will be better then. We'll see. But if you haven't yet, go look at the Hua Shan photos I just uploaded! There are a ton of them and they're ...
When I sat down, the waiter came and gave me the menu. I ordered the English tea. When I ordered it, I was a moron to say "yin wen cha." I should had said, "yin guo cha (English tea)." Oh well. The waiter understood me. Book Worm offered amazing food, but I was not in the mood to eat.
I drank my tea while doing some reading for class. After reading for a bit, I wrote creatively for over an hour. Writing has been a tool for me to express ...
... symbols (Chinese letters) we’ve repetitively seen (like in “entrance”
and “exit”), the language, the difficulty etc. We really got a great insight….Although
while I felt more enlightened, Robs just felt more confused about this
seemingly complicated language.
But I knew Robs was really after dumplings, so we found a
second place and both had dumplings- we shared veg ones and red bean ...
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