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Travel Blogs from Beijing
... and the driver stopped by some Western loos for us. We then went back through the alleyways to our start point. We were quite chilled by then despite the blanket and were thankful to get back into our warm car. Tina then took us to lunch at a restaurant. We were seated with two other couples on a large table and they didn't speak English so we just ate our yummy selection of food. One couple hardly ate anything but the other one asked for a doggy bag! Tina arrived ...
... structure, such as to say, "Are you or are you not?" and "Because + adjective."
When we were practicing, I completely space out at times. As I was speaking, I skipped some characters on the board. I was not in the mode to focus.
During one of the break, the French-Lebanese guy John laughed at me while I was taling. He told me that I had a distinctive voice. I told him that I always get that comment.
Following class, I ate lunch ...
... people on the
program. Now unfortunately, everyone
leaves besides me and Andrew.
Zircher, Andrew, Whitney, Andrea, and ...
... TOILET...they hate me! When I arrived I though "Hey! Nice! We don't have a Turkish toilet, that's great!" Well now I'm wondering, is it really better when you have to take, with your HANDS, what you just did and then put IT in the trash can because nobody told you that in China, you must NEVER put the toilet paper in the toilet otherwise you'll clog it... And what to say about the public toilet (Turkish toilets)! They are my best friend, I ...
... at her wedding. The line was, “but he wants to marry you for your…”, and Kaela’s very innocent and sincere answer was, “Love!”
Three Passenger Bike
We recently moved over to the Houhai Lake area or the back lakes area. I’ll blog more about this area another day. For now I will just mention that the walking ...