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... where they came from. We had the whole night planned out, which started with rickshaw rides!! Emily and I got in a rickshaw together. A rickshaw is an old carriage where two people sit in it and a person on a bike will drive you! It was so much fun! A little nerve racking to because we were riding in the middle of the streets with cars just passing by like its no big deal. hahha. We made our first stop at a local home. The woman welcomed us into her home, served us tea, ...
... When I first entered the isle, a pack of wolves showed up. They started yelling at me about the tea and pushing some products into my face. I just grabbed one and ran off until I realized I grabbed one that was to mix with milk. I went back in there and grabbed my tea. Beware of Wu Mart. Expect to be prey there.
I went back to my dorm to chill. Later, I called Sara. We ended up hanging out in her room with Karena ...
... opinion are mostly annoying in that their affection seems forced and they don't seem to be having any real fun. There are of course a select few who stand out in a great way of which I'm also annoyed by how awesome they are together and however slightly envious I am. ;-). Those on holiday must be starved for conversation outside their significant other considering they are usually spending every moment together for better or worse. After dinner, I practically ran back to ...
... had the privilege to look through the lines again and pick out another trip. Easier said than done. I finally decided on the Tibet and Buddhism line, because apart from being able to step inside Tibet, Buddhism is a large part of Chinese culture that I still have to learn about.
Before hearing Cathy's family's travel plans, I had an entire blog prepared about ethnic minorities and the towns I would be visiting. I still think ethnic minorities are interesting, ...
... party at the JW Marriott where we went for our first networking do, and we were out on the terrace which was lovely. Must have been about 250 people there from countries all over the world, and it was great because we've got to know a few people now & were able to introduce them to each other, met a few newcomers too and nice having been here 7 weeks now to say hi to people that have arrived a couple of weeks ago! I think come the 2 ...
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