Super 8 (Beijing Cuiwei)
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... The mirrors in the room steamed up. Or maybe they just froze up. Anyway quite used to showers like that over the years in Uniform. It was wet and it done the job.
Our shower seems to be the only one that is working. Think there will be a shower party later. LOL.
We went down to the Restaurant car, or Café car . Had a beer and a chat to the couple next door. They are from Holland. They are heading ...
... black guy Louis and Andrea. Louis and I walked over to the meeting. When we were walking, we ran into Ryan and he quickly realized that he was going the wrong way to the meeting.
The meeting was short. Everyone stayed in the TBC office longer to pay for the Harbin. Sadly, I won't be joining the trip to Harbin because I do not have the money to go. Jean screamed "loner" at me.
Louis invited me to go to the art district 798 with him after ...
... rock-paper-scissors nonstop with Vivian, who did not speak a word of English. I guess some things don't need translation. I must have passed her test, anyway; she solemnly gave me one of her ping pong balls as a gift. In return, I snapped off one of the key chains from my backpack and returned the favor. She held on to the plastic Little Mermaid trinket tightly for the rest of the night.
... but not inside (there were long queues of Chinese waiting to go in to pay homage.)
On the way into the Forbidden City we passed the army barracks where the soldiers who are responsible for the raising and lowering of the Chinese flag in Tiananmen Square each day are based. There was one soldier practising how to lower the flag (and from the look of it and the number of times he kept repeating it- he wasn’t doing too well). There was ...
... were overhead.
After talking for a while in English -- we'd all but given up on our language pledge for the day, figuring it didn't technically count because we wouldn't be starting classes until the next day -- I left and went back to my host family's apartment, and spent the remainder of the day reading and relaxing. I went to bed early that night. I knew I'd need some rest before I tackled the next challenge of my stay in China... the first day of classes.