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Travel Blogs from Beijing
... of my room to her new place. Olivia brought me some gifts from California, such as chai tea and a scarf! So sweet of her to do. The chai tea reminded me of Mohini so much and wished she came back to China.
Then, we decided to get lunch at **** over Rice. Sadly, today, the sweet granny was not there. She always makes that place more cheerful.
I had to run off to go to my Chinese language placement exam. While waiting, I met Volleyball and Ian in the sitting area. ...
... ordered dessert. Beyond grateful to Bethany for taking us there.
During eating, Bethany told us that she used to be a runway model in New York City under Ford Models. She told us her experience. It was not surprising that she was a model because she has the look and height for it.
Then we went into the five floor market to bargain for things. First shop, I saw a denim jacket and wanted it, but the guy refused to bargain. ...
Here are some pictures from the Great Wall! We went to a different section than I visited previously, Juyong pass because it isn't as busy. Our bus driver Mr. Ji talked the whole way there and told us we were really lucky we went yesterday because it had rained the night before and we had clear skies. I even got a little sunburned! I have som great picture of the wall and the surrounding mountains. We took lots ...
... isn't right about this. No,
not the part where they abuse innocent people. There's something wrong with the
vocabulary of this country.
Remember that question about Communism
on the bench? All sociology majors are up to their necks in Marx for
the first few classes, most have read the Communist Manifesto and
other similar works. We know more about Communism than baseball, as
our disappointed fathers will all attest. If I ...
... Gate only to realize that we need to enter from the other side of the forbidden city. It’s a nice walk around the moat which at this time of year most of the water is frozen. It looks like in the other season you can rent boats to take you around but as we can see them frozen in the water I’m guessing that option is out for us today.
Since it’s a one way system to see the Forbidden City we decide to cross the road and visit ...