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... cafeterias, and the other one is just off the campus. I freaked out thinking about leaving the campus alone and going through a few of the darker spots, so I gave up and started heading back to my room. On the way there, I saw Steph, Eve and Matt and they allowed me to join them, although I felt really bad for intruding. I was quite anxious and took quite some time to calm down even though they were all very lovely and hospitable. We went to ...
... unsuccessfully to alter it but to no avail. We took our assigned seats and eventually the plane filled. I had two Chinese men sitting next to me, but as time went by no one sat next to Rhonda. Then the doors shut and we took off. As soon as the seat belt sign was turned off I asked a crew member if I could move next to Rhonda. They agreed to my request. Almost like it was planned for us?! We were very blessed. The flight took 6 hours and 5 minutes; after landing it took 20 minutes to ...
... was even more eerie to watch the square being emptied by Army. We walked on all sides of it and checked out the north gate. Being an exceptionally poor air quality day, I wanted to get Sebastian back indoors. His cough was beginning to take shape. Finding cabs in Beijing is no easy feat. We enlisted a local hotel to help us flag some down, and 20+ minutes later we got one. I'm pretty sure our cabby was stoned and did not have any working A/C. His car felt like the little engine ...
... be suspicious when the chick manning the door looks a bit slutty. They ain't interested in serving tea.
By the time we got the bill I wasn't in the slightest bit surprised when it was 1400 Chinese RMB (about £150 in English money). One of the girls offered to pay half - that's the scam right there. They pretend it's normal and pay their half, which they go back and collect later to use all over again, then the lot of them share the profits. But all this still left me ...
Late that afternoon I went to the Kung Fu show, unfortunately no cameras or videos allowed. The show was fantastic. Showing the journey fo a boy being accepted into the Shoal-in Monastery through to Abbott. All the time performing Kung Fu skills. A great show to go and see.
fter this we had lunch in a local Chinese/Muslim restaurant. The food was simple and spicy. I liked it a lot...It was a huge day and I was pretty tired by 6.30pm.