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... The male is always toward the west and has a ball under his foot which symbolizes the emperor and his power over the world. The female is on the east with the lion cub under her foot symbolizing family and nurturing. After leaving the Ming tomb we then went to the jade factory and saw some jade carvers making different pieces. We also learned that jade is the second ************e after diamonds and comes in a rainbow of colors other than the typical ...
... aboard an old fashioned pedicab (rickshaw) ride to tour the area. While there we were treated to a fabulous lunch by one of the locals. After lunch we headed back to the hotel where Carolyn, the tour guide and a few of the others in the group headed off to their version of "Canal Street" to hunt for bargains. Other in the group planned on seeing a Kung Fu show. Dinner would be at our hotel. Carolyn returned several hours later ...
... had a small roll, a couple pieces of fruit, and some yogurt (which was warm) because I can't eat pork. I hope breakfast is good. For lunch tomorrow, we're eating leftovers from tonight. I've never seen so much food on the table. You couldn't even fit a small glass because the whole table was filled with plates/ bowls of food. I'm gonna have to eat because I'm hungry, but I don't want to get sick.
After all that, we walked back to the hostel. 8 girls in one room, 4 ...
... to go back later.
I went back to my room, where Mike was nice to give me tea.
A few minutes later, Doctor Jean said he had NyQuil. I walked to Shari's room. Shari tried to hug me, but I yelled, "Don't touch me. I am sick."
Doctor Jean gave me the NyQuil and Shari gave me some cough drops.
"Benny, you are getting so much attention on your blog." Shari.
"I am not." I responded.
"Greer's brother reads ...
... on and crossed the road to the Forbidden City, which is essentially where the Ming and Qing Dynasties lived and discussed their politics. The "City" is a huge complex of remarkably well kept temples and palaces, each with a different purpose and history. Despite there being so many different buildings, they all looked amazing but very similar, hence why there is only one picture. It continued to chuck it down but we strived through the rest of the city and ...