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... lovely area with lots of arts and nice, little shops. They even had a small ukulele shop, so I went in there and started trying to play on a ukulele. I didn't know how to play anything, but the man who worked in the shop taught me how to play "Twinkle, twinkle little star". I ended up buying the ukulele, so now I just need to learn how to okay it.. Afterwards we had lunch at a very nice restaurant in the same neighbourhood, and then we went back to the ...
... Last weekend when I went for lunch with some of the other teachers I witnessed my supervisor taking one of her students, nine year old Wendy, out for lunch. Just another one of the many things that when I step back and think about I realise I just can't imagine any of this happening in the classroom back in the UK, yet I've become so used to it that I no longer ...
... actually tasted the same to me. I guess if you put a good sauce on it you can eat most anything.
After lunch we went to our final stop, the Summer Palace. To call this a stop doesn’t do it justice. It was actually the third best place I visited in China to date. The first being the Great Wall and the second the Terra Cotta Warriors. At first I just thought it was an immense park with many beautiful bridges on a lake. The pollution ...
... were so happy that it reopened finally. They were so good.
Then, we returned to the dorm. Olivia texted me if I wanted to go to dinner with her. I said yeah, but I was not going to eat. Olivia and I went outside of west gate to a bun place.
After that, Olivia dragged me to Ahava because she wanted cheesecake. Honestly, I am not really a fan of that place. I only go there if I don't have any other options or if it is a late afternoon on a Sunday.
Now, I am ...
... 11 when we had to go to bed. Chaperones said.
Then they tucked us in, sang us bedtime songs, and read us bedtime stories- just like our Mommies.
The train got in at 8:30 this morning.
We were greeted by blue skies in Beijing.
We have a really good tour guide.
We had a GREAT day today
hey guess what
GREAT WALL TOMORROW! !! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !!!!!!!!!!!
That's been Laura's and my dream for ...