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The Yin Yang is my favorite symbol. Our hotel represented Yin. It is beautiful, beyond expectations. The neighborhood is most certainly safe. Our place is flacked by the following shopping options: Austin Martin and Ferrari dealerships, Channel, Prada, Tiffany’s and Rolex shops. Now to the Yang, we were starving and could not find anything remotely familiar to eat except for an "international" ...
... comedy act which was tedious as we couldn't understand a word so we just laughed when we guessed was appropriate which is slightly dangerous. Some of the audience by this time were talking, texting or answering loudly ringing phones with a loud 'Wei?'
They definitely saved the best to last though with Szechuan Opera face changing which was truly mystifying as she changed her mask in a split second including after she came to our table and ...
... was no longer in that province. They served pickles too and the pickles were the same kind my mom likes. I could not stand the pickles because it was so sour.
Hours later, we walked down to the bus. So excited to return to campus. We got stuck in traffic once we were in the city.
Once on campus, I rushed to get a fish wrap. So hungry and thirsty.
Instead of taking a nap, I chose to work on my philosophy paper. I wont' deny ...
... factories and power plants to give the city a reprieve of the constant pollution filled air which they will occasionally do (they also probably knew we were coming and did it especially for us). After stopping at a grocery store along the way and munching on Lays chips and local snack foods (we realized after consuming them they were all 3 months expired) we got to the foot of the Great Wall. Hiking about 45 minutes up, we were ...
... and crashed!
Ventured out in the evening into the back streets behind our hotel, busy with street vendors selling anything from dumplings and honey cake (like crunchy, only minus the chocolate) to hats and boots. Great buzzy atmosphere. Had to have you wits about you as street only maybe 4 metres wide and motorbikes, and cars weaving their way through. Nearly all the bikes are electric so you don't hear them coming.Funny moment when Aoife looking back ...