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From: Dan Friesen
Yes I got home on the 10th and am all over the cold. It did last awhile, but it did not slow me down except for 1 day.
I am very pleased that the 2nd group went well and am anxious to talk with Pat and Denise. I am also delighted to hear that you have discovered that walking is actually a healthy and fun activity. That is exciting to me – especially since we will be asking for you ...
... of them as I did but now we can say we've tasted imperial dumplings.Still in moon cake mood we found a jam-packed shop, Daoxiangcun, which was selling them like hot cakes. We had a few tasters praying that they weren't the red bean paste ones and happily we were successful. Next door we had a look for glutinous rice cakes for Laura and Chinese sweets (preserved fruit) for me. Piles and piles of tiny sweets stand in the middle and you simply rummage and ...
... returned unable to find him and had to again argue to get me in the gate. Putting my frustration and annoyance aside, I put my mind to enjoying the majesty of the Wall. It was truly awe inspiring but a real challenge with steep and irregular stairs, each section separated by a watch tower. Most people climbed to the first watch tower, with the more adventurous making it to the third. Wendy and I set ourselves ...
Today was the first day I didn't want to get up. I just didn't want to. But I did. I set my alarm for 7:00 am every day.
Today I decided to go down for breakfast; I was hungry. They had stuffed dough ball thingies. I had one that was filled with some sort of green vegetable and some sort of meat. It was pretty good.
I had a successful class that ended at 11:30. So I dropped my stuff off in my ...
... The first place didn't give us a number, so we waited 20 minutes without getting a table and seeing everyone else get one. We gave up on it and went to another close by restuarant, in which we were the only two foreigners. The english on the waiter's side was limited, but pictures, pantomime and interpretive dance had a meal delivered to us in a generally satisfactory condition (despite one of the planned dishes being unavailable). People did ask ...