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are lined with beautiful healthy plants. Parks usually have people doing tai
chi, playing musical instruments or dancing. It is rather lovely and they are
not self-conscious about this free expression of creativity.
By then it was past Bill’s lunchtime and he decided he
wanted to go back to “Grandma’s Restaurant“ so we got into an above ground mini
train which took us back along the Nanjing Pedestrian Walkway for 1 km to ...
... It was also nice meeting a lot of new people and making a lot of new friends in China. I love everything about China, and I also learned a lot of new things.
It was also a wonderful experience for me to go to school in China because I had the opportunity to see how the Chinese schools are, and to also see how school is so much longer for the Chinese students. I learned a lot of things about the Chinese students life in school. And seeing all of the Chinese kids ...
... and then head to lunch and embark on dangerous journey down the trail of food displayed. Luckily today the meat didn't have little bones in it. Sigh... It's the small things in life that make you happy. After lunch you have a break where you may relax or play sports or talk to your student or others. Today I went to lunch with my student with other american and Chinese students. They had wait for it, wait for it, Noodles!! And ...
... to discover. We took to the city walls and really experienced the smog. As we strolled along the impressive walls in the unbearable heat, we were dumbfounded by the sheer thickness of the smog to the point that we couldn’t see very far ahead of us. Walking halfway around the walls, the smog had got the best of us, and we decided it was time to see more of the Ancient city behind the smog.
For the remainder of our time in Xian, we checked out the bell ...
... but was mainly vases apart from that! (though was air conditioned). We are of course pretty spoiled for museums in London, which led Rich to explain, in a haughty British manner, how the it lacked a "theme" and a "story". Fair points, but made in a colonialist style (true British style would have been to remind them of the Opimum trade wars - Rich).
After some climbing and culture, we decided it was time for a beer (when is it not?). There is a little ...