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... Probably won't have it again once I get home. The beer is same price as soft drinks. Trick is getting it nice and cold. Some places have been better at this than others.
After lunch we all agreed that a rest was required. We caught a double decker bus back to our hotel and rested until 3.45.
Because the rest of the group were going to the Kung Fu show, we caught the subway to the area and there were indoor markets there. Spent a couple ...
... and had a plate of spaghetti. Perfect!
Before leaving Jinan yesterday morning, I looked for coverage on the local news channels, but I didn't have much time. However, I did find this write-up online. There are a couple of pictures as well. The write-up includes comments about me speaking in Chinese to the audience. People loved that!! Here's the article: http://www.art.sdu.edu.cn/2013/1020/191 0.html
... After carefully foraging the tower for enough stones that met his required specifications, we encircled him and watched as he carefully embedded them into the soil of the Great Wall. It was quite ceremonious. Left without a pen, he had to resort to this ancient written form so that I may stalk him on Facebook later (Flo, it was a beautiful ceremony, but it proved to be quite fruitless as I couldn’t ...
... in one of many things: exercising, playing Mah Jong, playing cards, practicing Tai Chi, etc. Our kids enjoyed seeing this spectacle, particularly the circle of retirees playing hacky sack with a shuttlecock type device. That seemed cool but, on the way to the bus, they saw the adult playground full of retirees. Adult playground deserves an explanation. The Chinese hold a strong and widely practiced belief that a key to health is keeping ...
... Thus, this morning, I was assigned the task of creating a handout about the Ming Tombs. Yay... This is addition to my regular duties of updating the blog, taking pictures and numerous helping duties. You can see why I was starting to feel a little overworked.
Once Sara actually arrived, all the program staff was called over to meet her. I shook her hand and we all had a short conversation ...
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