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... them. Kobe's bargaining skills came in handy yet again, we would find stuff we wanted and send him in for the kill!! One vendor was so impressed with his skills that she wanted to take him shopping with her!!! Unfortunately the street peddlers in this area are CRAZY!!! They started pestering us as soon as to got to the crosswalk and we had one lady follow us around insisting that we buy her wallets, socks and watches!!! Brad is so innately polite that he kept telling her "no thank you" ...
... and I sat in the front of the bus, which could have been a mistake - the traffic is incredibly aggressive and our bus had to make quite a few maneuvers. I had to close my eyes sometimes. It is amazing that we have not seen more accidents (only two!)
We headed off towards the Summer Palace, with a stop at the Fresh water Pearl market before. The person who was doing the introduction had great English and was really funny. I think she managed ...
... unfortunately by the time she got to me I’d eaten most of it.
She looked a bit confused and departed muttering something into her radio.
The skin was delicious! The duck meat itself was tasty but
far too greasy and I have absolutely no idea what the thing in the bowl was. I
couldn’t quite bring myself to touch it.
If anyone has an idea contact me and I’ll buy you an
inferior Chinese meal ...
... dinner and a whole lot of people watching. After deciding to call it a night we sat in a cab that moved a total of one block in twenty minutes. Seeing how we were going nowhere fast, we opted to get out and take advantage of Beijing’s metro. Thanks to Wiebke’s navigational skills we made it home in one piece. A long travel day and night out meant I had no problems getting to sleep.
Looking forward to what Beijing has in store for me this ...
... exams ended I felt ten times more energized. On Saturday Jake, Dylan, Steven, Solomon and I went to see the movie Looper, which, apart from being a good movie (apparently it got a 93% on Rotten Tomatoes), was a pretty interesting experience. Our student IDs brought the price down to 45 元, or about $7. When you buy your ticket, you also pick out your seat, it's not a free-for-all like it is in the States. We decided to get popcorn and I also got a milk tea. ...