Xin Tian Di Hotel
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... language barrier issue but lucky enough the menu had pictures so it was a case of point to order- now this is ok but we didn't have a clue what we were ordering!! We order five dishes thinking of portion sizes in the UK. The food comes out quite slow, one dish will come out 5-8 mins later the next will come and so on. By the third dish we realised we'd ordered far too much, the fourth we were thinking oh no! The fifth all the locals kept ...
... friends. Like any great experience in life, it was challenging and hopefully the lessons learned are not only photographs or journal entries, but lessons learned to help these guys succeed in life.
They have needed to share, speak another language, adapt to another culture, made friends, made connections to continue Chinese, budget, bargain, learn patience, pack, ...
... the movies had subtitles. I explained to her that the quality of movies here are either a hit or miss.
Jenny and I tagged along with Emi to shop in Yashow. Emi did not see anything she wanted.
Then, we ate at Crepanini! I got an apple and camel crepe! Much needed after how much the Thai food sucked.
Once we were done, we returned to campus by taxi.
Now, I am resting in bed. Sadly, I can not go out tonight due to my sickness.
... are at a really nice Chinese restaurant and then headed to a kong fu show. It was so good. Literally the strength of those guys I swear isn't even human! Really interesting to see. Got a 7am start which will seem like a lie in compared to today! Had a really good day, Beijing is another great city!
I would also like to add I used my first non-western toilet today! I bottled it at the Great Wall and found another loo but at the theatre there was simply no option!
There may have been a time when Thanksgiving, this very American of holidays, would have come and gone in my life without much consideration. But having lived in the States for over a decade, the holiday became a symbol for family and friendship far beyond its historical background. Beyond the days of the turkey and the stuffing that we all eagerly devoured, it was a time for reflection and of family. And this is not simply an ...