Jinjiang Inn Beijing North Taipingzhuang
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Horses, cows, double-humped camels dot the scene. Occasionally there's a car on the distant parallel road. Telephone lines, strung on short poles, follow us.
Stop at Choyr. Small town built around the station. Tiny, colored houses. A young woman walks by the track. Twenty minutes and we pull out.
Sarah and Ruth ask to join us and to see a painting I had been doing. They bring us sweet dumplings and we offer grapes in return.
... buzzing. He has his repertoire printed out and people shout requests. The Chinese sang along and most have no rhythm at all. Clapping off beat of singing 2 bars too late. One guy finds Des brilliant and once he's finished singing comes down to the table, asks to shake his hand and for a photo. He's feeling like a rock star! Subway back home wasn't so eventful. We're all tired after such a long day. Hopefully tomorrow will be just as fun! Night all Love Cliona, Miriam, Des and Cian ...
... back out. Many Chinese gentlemen left that day having had a gentle kidney punch from me. *****, moan, grumble. Seems I like alternating places - not sure why that is... Next up was the Great Wall. If there's one thing the Chinese are good at, it's building walls. I went with a nice Chinese guy who spoke no English, but with the aid of Bing (Google was very unreliable in China) and Badu, we were able to communicate. He told me he had found a great deal for a trip ...
... us two ways on how to ask somebody what character they were referring to.
After class, I walked behind Jean and yelled out his name. I walked with Shari, Andrea, Jean, and a few others to get a chicken wrap. "You are such a *****, Benny." Shari shouted.
I was so caught off guard by that statement. "No, I am not." I responded. "I am just a primadonna." Andrea was bursting out laughing.
I will not deny that I am too much ...
... of catch-ups, Hayley and I also saw Rebecca and Sammy. Dad was stuck in the hotel room with bad food poisoning, but we all still had a great night. Everyone was so surprised with how Hayley has grown up. Rebecca bought us some cute presents from her business trip to Finland, and Sammy bought us some Chinese desserts. We are so spoiled!
The football is an important part of our lives back home, and we had been planning for weeks ...