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... no pictures allowed there either, so I opted to go back.
We were able to finally get in a cab for the return to the hotel. I was fairly disappointed with my tour and was considering cancelling the rest of the week when I got back to the room. I paid the guide and sent her on her way home. I decided to take a walk around the main street to see if there was anywhere to shop or eat but I found nothing within the distance I was willing to walk from the hotel. ...
So today we had glorious pizza! And it was pretty good pizza for China, it was a welcome break from all the bizarre Chinese food that they had been giving us. We have had 4 days of teaching so far, the kids have been great but it has been very stressful, we wake up at 6:30, have breakfast at 7:00 and then leave for our school at 8:00, the first lesson starts at 8:30 and we get back to the hotel about 5:30 in the evening, we then have a break and dinner is at 7:00pm but we ...
... Circle. As I returned to the library, Olivia called me and said that she wanted to go. So I dashed out of the library. As I was rushing, I said hi to Matt.
Olivia and I walked to Orange Circle outside of west gate. I was so happy to drink some soy milk there. We ate some food.
When we left the place, it was raining outside. We ran to the dorm. I went to my room and watched Ender's Game!
... call a normal hot pot. You chose either spicy or normal water which boiled away in front of you, then proceeded to cook all your ingredients yourself. It wasn't for some people but I really enjoyed it, I did however make the grave mistake in ordering the spicy water which was pretty damn hot I may add. Cem didn't really enjoy hers though, we were given a large sachet of what was essentially peanut butter as a dipping sauce, which was just too much for ...
... hostel. SATURDAY Slept in, and then went shopping for boots and warm clothes for Mongolia at Glory Mall. It shouldn't have been surprising that you can't find my shoe size in China and even their size 41 (which almost no shop carries) is smaller than a European 41. You should see the shop girls' jaws drop when I ask for size 41, no one inChina carries larger than a 39. Consider yourselves warned. I did successfully purchase my gorgeous new red jacket which is ...