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Today we had a short ride, about 15 minutes, to the Xian City Wall. Hugh, our Chinese teacher, and April, our coordinator, accompanied us. We were in for a long, but wonderful day! When we arrived at the wall, Hugh and April collected the student ID cards to purchase discount tickets. They even purchased a pass for us to have a boat ride later in the day.
Once on the wall, we were able to rent bikes. Most opted for ...
... holding your ground" when dealing with the Chinese. You can't blame them though as there are sooooo many of them. Actually everything went quite smoothly. We were in the second car which had roomy, reclining seats, and air conditioning. The train was very quiet and smooth and the beautiful countryside sped by. It took 4 1/2 hours, at 180 miles per hour, to go ...
... at Anisa (who had already bought seven) for only 100 yuan (about 16 dollars)! They are the most persistent people I have ever seen. We got to the airport in good time but our flight was delayed and we left a little before 12. On the plane, Devon, Kinsey, and I sat behind some difficult patrons who happened to be American. One of them was extremely rude to the man sitting next to them and was freaking out over nothing and even though ...
... of a busy street. Because it was one of those top tube bikes I was able to put the bike down and run/hop out of there, probably doing 20km/h. the bike went skidding past me a few meters. I did hurt my knee on one of the gas bottles he had on the bike and so was only at 50% capacity for the rest of the riding days.
In order of visited places
City and city wall.
The city is crazy busy, the bell tower is just inside the south main ...
... emotion: wonder, confusion, excitement and curiosity.
After our photo session, the nurses led us to the activity room. Every room in the hospital was white, except this one. It was like they had drained the entire hospital of its color and put it into this one room. Unfortunately, with all of its color, there was only a small variety of activities. We did what we could with "bowling", writing, drawing, playing kitchen and doing puzzles, but what really ...