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... dip, spiral-cut ham with mashed potatoes and bacon green beans, and my favorite: a homemade Bengali feast. Kichuri (rice & lentil dish), Bengali eggs, Kosha Murgir Mongsho (cinnamon-chile chicken curry), Bhuna Gorur Mongsho (cumin beef curry) might take several hours to prepare, but I feel like it's worth someone else cooking all day for the absolute, unqualified joy I feel when I eat this food. Shameless. Thank you, Normita and Jenn. Jerks.
... been home for the weekend. I loved seeing her dorm room and she took us on the tour of campus. It was so weird to see so many different campuses. I had been on other campus tours, but not from the perspective of someone actually living there. All three schools, including mine, were so different from each other in the style of school so it was cool to experience. It was hard to say goodbye, but I was so glad the three of us could get together!
Monday was a ...
... were both good. I also did some of my homework, played on my i-Pad, played some games on the airplane screen and felt a little sick at times. I ate a little bit of food because I wasn’t really that hungry and every time they came around I got some Sprite.
A short time after we got out of the Minneapolis airport, we went for a late dinner at Big Bowl. Big Bowl is a Chinese and ...
... got bored. Teaming up was what we wanted to do, but we had odd players. We called Noah down so that it would be fair. Taylor and Noah played against Hannah and I. We played if you were shot, you had to lie down for ten seconds. If both team members were on the ground, the other team wins. We lost, but it didn’t matter.
Shopping was one thing we wanted to do, so we headed off to Target. We bought a whole lot of shoes, dessert ...
... wax philosophical it's quite reduced from what it could be, I keep a journal that ends up with most of my incoherent ramblings.
So, one great idea for travel, write stuff on cards! I'm planning on getting my phone once I'm in China so I won't have an app filled smart phone to translate things while I'm getting to my school and getting settled. Enter the wonderful Google translator. I don't know how accurate it really is; I've tried some words ...