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... a crazy dream 500 years ago, when the house was built.
I had some noodles for lunch again but they were the most ridiculously salty things I'd ever had in my life. I guess when you're the only noodle show in town, you can afford to do that.
From there, I tried to get a bus home, and I would've been just in time for one of them, but these retards waved it away. They had their ...
... made it. We ordered some street soup, the kind with the bread in it like in Xi'an, and some barbecued bread on top of that. Gluten-tastic.
Laura surprisingly couldn't communicate vegetarian to them so she finally had to bring her own food from the small marked behind the street. Our soup was mostly vegetarian so she had some of that as well.
The we went back to the hotel and I fell quickly asleep AFTER doing a mini facial first, of course.
... still eating lunch somewhere. I had my peanut butter sandwich in my bag, but that was it. After wandering around the intersection for an hour, Madelleine and Laura showed up. We bought Liu some sweets and I had a yogurtsicle.
At around 6:30, Liu met us and took us to his government built apartment via a series of twists and turns that I immediately forgot. So we all got to stay in communist housing! Amazing! After a minute, I thought about ...
... in the valley floor. Perfect location and perfect for tourists wanting to stay over and shoot in the morning. HOWEVER: Unless you are a Chinese citizen, forget it! They will not allow foreign visitors to stay in the hotel! This means you must return to the capitol and find a hotel that does accept foreigners. You would think, especially in a capitol city, that this would be easy to find. But no. However, one hotel (which shall ...
This week the 5th grade wrote their own songs. And yet again, I had some interesting ones done by the students. Such as:
*There's an eye on an ant on a fly on a cat on a tiger on a bear on an elephant on a whale in a house in the ship of the sea.
*There's a fly on a book on a bag on a table on a child on a chair on the floor in the home ...