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... through boarding our flight. This was WAY closer than we ever like it to be when it comes to making a flight and we learned that we were going to need to be on our A-Game for the rest of our time in China since we had the feeling this wouldn’t be our last "interesting" airport experience.
With the Shanghai connection behind us we arrived in Beijing late that night and after finding our ride to the hotel, settled in for the night before heading out on our ...
... shop we visited. Latter that night I went to the really big sports area in the back corner of the campus to watch some of the group play basketball. After shooting around and playing some games of lighting, the group was approached by another group of students from campus who wanted to play 4 against 4. Dana, Nick, Victoria and Cory ended up losing, but the game was pretty close and really entertaining to watch. Tomorrow we are traveling to ...
... feast with great people.
Studying abroad has been the best choice of my life. I have experienced things I never thought I would before. I have met amazing, interesting, and cool people. Went on great adventures, such as the Silk Road. Became friends with kind, sweet, awesome, real, fun, and exiciting people. There have been bumps along my time in Beijing, but the experience has been great.
So happy that I am returning next semester!
... Empress), a dumpling lunch, (restaurant called Daqinghua).
This as followed by a tour through the Hutongs (old streets), and then Wuchang Street for the markets and brand name shops. The plan for the evening was for a night of cards and fun.
I have to admit I wasn't particularly excited about seeing the outside of the Birds Nest and Water Cube. Once there I have to say it was very impressive. The Birds Nest was used for both the Opening & ...
... for 4 kilometres up the very steeply sided mountain range. The climb starts off being a gentle 30 degree slope but quickly changes to a staggering 60 degrees and is really hard going. In fact we only managed to climb half way between the first and second towers before feeling light headed and dizzy. Coming down was worse than the ascent because you were staring down very steep stone steps with big drops on either side. Whilst the majority of the wall is only ...