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... just started eating our dinner when a thunderstorm broke. Within minutes the street was awash, and what had started as a trickle down the Main Street became a torrent. We thought it had subsided so finished eating, paid and started walking down the street. The further we walked the deeper the water became...Lionel was saying to take off my boots and roll up my trousers...he of course ...
Fantastic pedicure and foot massage. Didn't realise until walking afterwards just how completely shot-to-**** my feet were, it felt like walking on air.
Befriended a Spanish couple that we had seen in the same restaurant a us yesterday and shared a taxi to the train station together. It was awesome to meet fellow climbers and especially ones who focus that travelling and vacations around climbing!!
NEVER again will i travel by cattle ...
... cut. It shocked me that gas was less than two American dollars per liter in China.
We then drove for a long time. At a check point, our bus cut in front of a huge truck again. I did not notice until I looked up out of my window. The truck driver was up next to my window. He was clearly angry.
Once we got to Beijing, I was beyond happy. As I was rolling my suitcase, it made a odd sound. Karena could not stand ...
... at us. We got on the bus.
At a pit stop, I ate at the restaurant Justin recommended. I sat at his table by accident. He ordered extremely amazing food. I was able to speak with Kevin, one of the people in charge of my program, about why he decided to work for TBC (my program).
Following lunch, we drove to the Taihang Mountain. Right before we arrived, Justin revealed that there would be a ...
... temple we could squeeze in before leaving.
I should never joke about that around art history students.
It just so happened that there was a Daoist temple just a few blocks down the street, and everyone heading back on the Beijing train decided to go. Najung and I were not interested in being separated from the group, so we followed along and walked through the temple museum for about ...