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... through. That seemed to be the case in many instances. We visited the Temple of Heaven, admiring the many red and blue buildings. Feng shui may be a great artform, but it makes for very repetitive room visits when you're a tourist. A stop at the market on our way home introduced us to our first southeast Asia shopping experience. Very grabby! At one point the woman had her arms looped around Dan's. More forceful than anything we've seen! ...
... me. As he was making my drink, I listened to the music he was playing. It was so soothing.
As I was walking to class, I saw Jean, Shari, Lanz, and Melissa.
Before class, Rae and I spoke with Dean Moses about our paper. It was interesting to interact with him.
After finishing my two classes (Monday is my long day), I got a crepe thing outside the cafeteria. I got meat in it and it was so good. Then I brought a water bottle ...
... Don't freak out Mom - that's about 11 dollars per person. My language partner asked if this was the kind of meal and the kind of price that American dinners were, and I told her that 11 dollars for dinner in Chicago was actually pretty good. I think that my language partner thinks that Americans do have money and wanted to make me feel more at home.
On the way back to the dorm, I asked Ellen if she help me buy milk for breakfast. Have I ranted yet about how they don't ...
... with the fact that everyone is pushing). Getting off-- you go against the wave.
Subways are the same everywhere… except in Beijing you have to put all your bags through security check.
Cars do not yield to pedestrians. It is all fair game. Cars will not slow down for pedestrians, even if the cars are turning right on red. Pedestrians do not stop for cars, even if cars are hurling down the street. I ...
... summer palace is stunningly beautiful and is massive, at the bottom is a huge lake filled with water lilies, it was exactly how I wanted China to be. It poured with rain for the entire time but then it hasn't actually stopped raining since we got here!
Both of us feeling dreadful, wet and full of cold we decided on another hardcore night of Kindle reading. We have however found the the Chinese rice brandy is drinkable and also pretty good for a cold : )