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... just started eating our dinner when a thunderstorm broke. Within minutes the street was awash, and what had started as a trickle down the Main Street became a torrent. We thought it had subsided so finished eating, paid and started walking down the street. The further we walked the deeper the water became...Lionel was saying to take off my boots and roll up my trousers...he of course ...
... got a punch! Anyone who knows me knows that I hate violence and if I had been in an English or even French speaking country i would have humiliated the woman verbally but in this instance I wanted her to know what it felt like to be hit by someone her own size!! I must admit that the fact that she was wearing something uniform-like didn't even register until afterwards. Guess my motherly instincts kicked in before my logical brain had chance. Yes ...
... cut. It shocked me that gas was less than two American dollars per liter in China.
We then drove for a long time. At a check point, our bus cut in front of a huge truck again. I did not notice until I looked up out of my window. The truck driver was up next to my window. He was clearly angry.
Once we got to Beijing, I was beyond happy. As I was rolling my suitcase, it made a odd sound. Karena could not stand ...
... me that the road was handmade and it took over a decade to complete.
Once we were done with the exhibit, we drove to our hotel. Justin threw a *********** us by warning us that our hotel was made on concrete and there might not be hot water. Our jaws dropped.
We then checked in our hotel. My room was freezing cold. Later, I hung out with Karena, Lindsay, and Stephanie. As I was talking with ...
... but we made it. We unfortunately could not devour Wilson the Third because Phoenix forgot his knife. We did not, however, starve.
Back in Taiyuan, we went back to our first lunch place in Shanxi for our last meal together. We toasted with the last of our tea to a great success.
We got there with about four hours before our train was to leave for Beijing. Over lunch, I joked that we should ...