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... not buying this argument…
The port for Beijing is Xingang, an hour and a half from Beijing on a good day. But there are no good traffic days in China and the traffic is total gridlock. So it takes about three hours to drive there and negotiate six ring roads surrounding Beijing. Here people honk their horns occasionally, weave themselves through the ...
... shot every five minutes, finding a random reason to make a toast. He took a shine to me and for the entire dinner told me sweet nothings in Mandarin and all I could do was smile. He would try and make regular toasts with me but despite trying every trick In the book to get out of taking a shot including: claiming I'd be sick on his floor and that I was allergic, I still ended up drinking. I did draw the line at the petrol smelling spirit after the baiju had run out though. ...
... server's attention. The only good part was that I got to drink hot Thai tea! I missed it so much!
As for the food, they were small dishes. The shrimps were not that good. I ate all the noodles.
Overall, I would not suggest anybody to go eat at Sukhothai Thai Restaurant in Sanlitun.
After that dinner, we shopped at a DVD store in Yashow. So many options! When Emi was waiting in line, there was a British woman asking the worker if ...
... the way home. Those stairs were exhausting.
We all decided to shower and change before going to dinner. Anna, Najung, Yao, Siliang, Phoenix and I had dinner with their friends from a couple nights ago, William and Wes. We shared a nice meal together in the same area from yesterday before deciding rather spontaneously to go karaoke-ing.
I'll admit it: I was skeptical. Karaoke in the States consists of a bunch of awkward teenagers half-heartedly flipping through songs ...
... him that the president always pardons one turkey to be saved from the delicious murderfest. When I told him that we have about 20 people over at my house every year, he asked if we had more over for Thanksgiving or Christmas. I then told him that I was Jewish and a stint of awkwardness ensued.
I hope this post finds all of you well and in good spirits! I wish all of you a Happy Thanksgiving!