Jinjiang Fuyuan Hotel
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... ate from my old favourite Coco lol on campus. I remembered exactly what I liked, and thankfully, Natalie liked it all too.
From the restaurant, we left to go to an engagement party of Margaux's friend. It was at a bar right on the lake in the hutongs, and at night, being all lit up, was super pretty. The party was a really relaxed affair, and we sat and chatted to Margaux, Michael and some others at our ...
Private car to LAX - $102.00. Bacon and eggs for two at the overpriced Tom Bradley terminal - $45.00. Checking our luggage and breezing through security in less than a half hour - priceless!!
Our Cathay Pacific flight was 45 minutes late departing on May 21st and was uneventful. We had exit row seats so we had a lot of room which was nice on a 14 1/2 hour flight. I was able to watch ...
... and it has been horrible saying goodbye to people. In a good way though. In a group you normally get at least one Muppet and there really didn't seem to be one this time, I liked everybody. Maybe I was the Muppet then but there are already lots of plans to meet in London and Brighton. They were a good group and this trip was the perfect way to finish my adventure. I was worried I'd miss the freedom of traveling on my own but, surprisingly, I really haven't missed negotiating for ...
... It was interesting to hear our tour guide Jessica's perspective on what westerners look like to her and she said we all look the same. Especially, if we have blonde hair. I don't know, I just thought that was funny considering most of us think a lot of the Asians look the same, so to hear her say that was interesting. Anyway, we walked to Tienanmen Square first and it was packed! And FREEZING!! We were treated so differently as westerners walking in, Chinese people were ...
... over for help. She brought over some more sauces for the hot pot and showed us that we were indeed supposed to cook the greens. The addition of the sauce and cooking the greens did make it taste better, but I am positive that we were still not doing everything correctly because the food was only a little less bland. Anyways, it was pretty hilarious trying to figure out what the heck we were supposed to be doing, even if the meal ended up being less the stellar.