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... an early flight the next morning.
We really enjoyed our stay in Beijing as a kickoff to our time in China. We learned a great deal about the history, saw a number of incredible sights and checked a couple of things off of our bucket lists in the process. We can’t wait for all of the exciting and interesting things that the rest of China will have in store for us and we’re sure there will be lots more “cultural experiences” to come as well.
Until Next Time…David & ...
... that had whip cream with cherries, kiwi, strawberry and a big leaf made out of white chocolate. It was so rich and delicious and perfect with the fruit. After we made it back to campus, a small group of us went to a park on campus and spent some time lying in the sun sketching, reading, and listening to music. Today was the first nice and not really hot day we've had in a long time so it was really nice to go outside and enjoy the 82 degree ...
... take a shot. So did I. Anthony lately has been trying to take pictures of his daily life in Beijing. Slacking! I have been taking pictures and informing others about my daily life by my blog.
Before class started, Jean showed our professor his injury from Sunday. She got gross out. He did that since he missed classed a lot and proved that he was not lying.
At the beginning of class, we had dictation as usual. Then we learned more words about food. For the ...
... km per hour he managed to utilise any free space in any lane, without indication to any other drivers except for his car horn or flashing headlights if you were in his way.
On arrival at our hotel we met Daniel our guide for the next 15 days. Wake up call at 6.45am breakfast and ready for the bus by 8am.
Today we headed to Tianamen square and the Forbidden ...
... a chicken curry. What they brought however was Keith's chicken curry and a beef and rice dish for me...they didn't speak English but I got the impression that beef was the closest they could find to my veg dish as they had run out of the veg in mine....I'm guessing being a vegetarian isn't big in china! After an early night and with the sun finally shining we headed off to see the Great Wall at Badaling. We had decided to do this independently rather than with a tour to save ...