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... us to an abridged trip of around 4 km instead of the 10km promised.
As we climbed up to the wall the rain stopped. The wall and surrounding scenery was so photogenic.With the wall 5000 miles long, I was getting concerned about missing the turn off.
This section went up and over a number of hills with a tower at the top of each. I started to warm to my local lady finding out she was a Mongolian farmer.
The benefit of ...
... pitched warbling.
Eventually the show began and he disappeared to be replaced
by a woman with fantastic eye movements who shrieked something about dragons
eating clouds (possibly, the Engrish translation faltered somewhere along the way)
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... semester. I could not believe she would say that to me when I am the one taking eighteen credits with intensive this semester. No way am I going do that to myself again.
For the new chapter, we finally learned about food! I hated the fact that we finally learned it in our last three weeks in China. That chapter should had been one of the first chapters. Instead, our textbooks throws in random topics ...
... and yellow represents people. Circles are also used to symbolize heaven and squares are used to symbolize earth. My favorite place we went to in Beijing was the Great Wall. Because I like nature, exercise, and architecture, so as far as I'm concerned, the Great Wall is a great place. I also really like the performance we went to. The waterfall was especially awesome. While at Beijing, we went to a lot of different places. I liked them ...
Hello beautiful people,
This week was another whirlwind of school, but the weekend has been beautiful! Friday afternoon was spent at White Cloud Temple. A French woman named Elody led us there, she is here making a documentary about Daoism. I felt very removed from Beijing as I thus know it, everything was quiet until 4pm when some sort of ceremony started involving some really nice instruments! My favorite part was learning about the turtle; Elody told us ...