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We had a perfect day for the Great Wall hike. We went to the MuTianYu restored wall area and hiked for about three hours. The sky was blue, the air was clear and the breeze was warm. We walked to an area that had few tourists, having to climb on our hands and knees at times to get up the stairs. We were all happy to slide down the slide ride after we hiked back to the starting area. More swimming and then put our weary bodies to ...
... I had to sit (another) interview and get the books I’d need for teaching at the school. I was then taken for lunch and finally to my hotel, where I crashed out and fell asleep for a really long time. When I woke up I watched Pirates of the Caribbean and then, shock and horror, went back to sleep.
Staying in Beijing.
I stayed in Beijing for two or three nights. Three, I think. On the 28th of August (the day after ...
... John later joined us.
After we left the mall, I annoyed Emi if I could have any of her chips. She said no, but I kept on begging her to give me some. Emi finally cave in to my demand.
When we got to the dorm, I ate some of Emi's chips in her room. We talked for a bit. Then, she went off to lunch with others.
For over an hour, I listened to music on my laptop. Bored out of my mind, I came knocking on Valentina's door. Right as Valentina opened her door, ...
... the same fate as their deep fried brethren, just out of shot. The same cannot be said about the lazy, dull starfish. What a killjoy. Granted it was impaled on a sharp skewer, but the performance was static and it was clear that it's heart wasn't in the right place.
All of this came after a lovely meal with Holly's friend from Uni, Rena, who is Canadian but with Chinese family and conveniently enough, speaks fluent Mandarin and happened to be ...